Abstract: In this talk, we will use tools from Complex Geometry to prove Picard's Little Theorem and Great Theorem. I will not assume any Geometry background - Complex or otherwise. We don't need the geometric tools in their full generality, so we will build any tools we need from the ground up.
Tuesday, February 21st
Matthew Charnley, Rutgers
"A Linear Sampling Method for Through-the-Wall Radar Detection"
Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Hill Grad Student Lounge
Abstract: In this talk, I will discuss the so-called Linear Sampling method which can be used to solve inverse problems for the Helmholtz equation. I will then explain how this can be modified and used to solve inverse problems in the area of Through-the-Wall imaging. This was work done with the Air Force Institute of Technology, and is a talk that I will be giving there on March 2.