Selected topics of computational science

Gaps in the bachelor-master program in numerically oriented research topics in the widest sense are being dealt with in this seminar, as well as topics relating to the theses of the participating students. The seminar format aims at a balance between presentations by the participating students and the responsible research groups.
Several guest speakers will also be invited.

Practical information

Students Master of Computer Science: Computernetworks and Distributed Systems / Data Science / Software Engineering  (part 1 or 2)
Period 1st term 2019-2020
Contact hours Monday 16.00-18.00, room M.G.016
check the time schedule for the right dates and times
Tutors prof. dr. Annie Cuyt

Time schedule

30 September 2019 — Introduction (slides)

14 October 2019 — Sparse interpolation (part 2) and Direction of Arrival estimation (slides)

2 December 2019 — Presentations by students

  • QZ decomposition
  • One-dimensional radar

9 December 2019 — Presentations by students

  • Padé approximation theory
  • GNSS

16 December 2019 — Presentations by students

  • RFID

Reading assignment

VEXPA: Validated Exponential Analysis through regular subsampling. Sections 2.2 and 2.3 can be skipped.

Project subjects

  1. Padé approximation theory
  2. QZ decomposition
    • Numerical Methods for General and Structured Eigenvalue Problems
  3. GNSS
  4. RFID
  5. One-dimensional radar

Background information