Mathematics Colloquium: Professor Joseph Rosenblatt
Topic: Quantization via Random, Diophantine and Dynamical Processes
I will describe the basic goals of quantization and how we might use random, Diophantine, and dynamical processes to construct good quantization. This leads naturally to questions about shrinking targets for stochastic processes.
About the speaker
Professor Joseph Rosenblatt (Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
Professor Rosenblatt completed a PhD at the University of Washington, and has held positions at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, The Ohio State University, University of Missouri-Columbia and the University of British Columbia. He has held a large number of National Science Foundation grants. Currently he holds a Simons Foundation Grant, on Convergence and Optimization in Ergodic and Harmonic Analysis.