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Golay, Heisenberg and Weyl

Thursday, 22 March, 2018 - 16:30
BARB93 auditorium, Sainte-Barbe Building
Louvain-la-Neuve
Lecture Francqui Chair

Speaker: Prof. Robert Calderbank, Duke University

Abstract: Sixty years ago, efforts by Marcel Golay to improve the sensitivity of far infrared spectrometry led to the discovery of pairs of complementary sequences. We will describe how these sequences are finding new application in active sensing, where the challenge is how to see faster, to see more finely where necessary, and to see with greater sensitivity, by being more discriminating about how we look. 

Int. Francqui Chair Promoters: Prof. Nikos Deligiannis and Prof. Jan Cornelis

UCL Promoters: Prof. Laurent Jacques and Prof. Luc Vandendorpe

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