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Mathematics Colloquium

Friday, 11 April, 2014

Speaker: Prof. Fadil Santosa, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota and Institute for Mathematics and its Applications

Host: X. Feng

Title: Resonances -- Analysis and Optimization

Abstract: We consider the problem of resonances for Schroedinger's equation and Helmholtz equation. These equation provide a model for an optimal design problem in which the goal is to create an optical structure that has a resonance that has low loss. In addition we will also discuss an asymptotic method for calculating low-loss resonances which is the forward problem in this inverse design problem.




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