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Sparse multidimensional exponential analysis in computational science and engineering


   Department of Computing Science and Mathematics

  Dr Wen-Shin Lee  Applications accepted all year round  Self-Funded PhD Students Only

About the Project

Exponential analysis might sound remote, but it touches our lives in many surprising ways, even if most people are unaware of just how important it is. For example, a substantial amount of effort in the field of signal processing is essentially dedicated to the analysis of exponential functions of which the exponents are complex. The analysis of exponential functions whose exponents are very near each other is directly linked to super-resolution imaging. As for exponential functions with real exponents, they are used to portray relaxation, chemical reactions, radioactivity, heat transfer, fluid dynamics.

Since exponential models are vital to being able to describe physical as well as biological phenomena, their analysis plays a crucial role in advancing science and engineering. The proposal investigates several multidimensional uses of exponential analysis in practice.


Funding Notes

This project is offered for self-funding students, or those with their own sponsorship or scholarship. The PhD will take a minimum of three years to complete. As a PhD student, you will be eligible to carry out paid work such as tutoring at the University and we encourage students to engage with the pedagogical side of university life.
Moreover, since the project is part of an international collaboration, students may receive partial support through their participation in the collaborative network. See View Website for some collaborators in the network.

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