Summer School "Large Random Matrices and High Dimensional Statistical Signal Processing"
23 Mars 2016
Catégorie : Ecole thématique
Summer School "Large Random Matrices and High Dimensional Statistical Signal Processing".
Telecom ParisTech, 7 - 8 juin 2016.
Telecom ParisTech, amphithéâtre SAPHIR
46, rue Barrault, 75013, Paris
Subway station Corvisart (Line 6) or bus 62.
Since the work of E. Wigner in the fifties of the last century, large random matrices have been studied intensively in various branches of Mathematics and Physics such as high dimensional probability and statistics, operator algebras, number theory, particles physics, quantum chaos among others.
These matrices were introduced at the end of the nineties in electrical engineering in the field of digital communications. Their use in statistical signal processing is even more recent (2005). The goal of this summer school is to show how some fundamental statistical signal processing techniques and machine learning algorithms can be better understood and revisited in situations in which a (large) M dimensional multivariate time series is observed on a temporal window N of the same order of magnitude than M.
The accent will be put on array processing, robust estimation, and community detection on graphs using tools from large random matrix theory.
This summer school is organized in the framework of the French Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) project DIONISOS under the program “modèles numériques”. The partners of the DIONISOS project are CentraleSupélec, Institut Eurecom, Telecom ParisTech and Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée.
- Introduction to large random matrix theoretic tools (xxxx)
- Large random matrices for array processing (Pascal Vallet, IMS, Bordeaux)
- Robust estimation in large systems (Abla Kammoun, Supelec, Gif-sur-Yvette)
- Community Detection in graphs using random matrix theoretic tools (Romain Couillet, Supélec, Gif-sur-Yvette).
Program, registration (free, but mandatory): https://dionisos.wp.mines-telecom.fr/