Colloquium Computing Science



Date:                            Monday, April 7 2008  

Speaker:                      Frank Schleif

Room and time:           5161.0267 (Bernoulliborg), 16.00





Title:    Algorithms for spectral data analysis and applications






Spectral data are frequent in different medical-, biological-, chemical- or
geological experiments. Examples include the analysis of
proteins by mass spectrometry, metabolite profiling approaches using
nuclear magnetic resonance techniques or the analysis of satellite data.
Approaches for the processing of spectral data share common concepts, but
are also specific with respect to the used measurement technology
and the field of application.

The talk gives a brief introduction into spectral analysis, highlights
some specific algorithms and shows multiple applications of spectral
data analysis.








Colloquiumcoördinator is Prof.dr. M. Aiello, Dr. M. Biehl (e-mail: