Prof. Laurent Demanet
Professor of Applied Mathematics
Director, Earth Resources Lab (ERL)
Primary DLC
Department of Mathematics
MIT Room:
2247
Areas of Interest and Expertise
Scientific Computing
Data Analysis
LargeScale Inverse Problems
Compressed Sensing
Particular Emphasis on Novel Algorithms for Seismic Imaging
Data Analysis
LargeScale Inverse Problems
Compressed Sensing
Particular Emphasis on Novel Algorithms for Seismic Imaging
Research Summary
Demanet's research research interests include applied analysis and scientific computing, with an eye on inverse problems that involve waves. His recent work on analysis and algorithms for wave propagation is of particular interest to 3D seismic imaging.

Projects
October 21, 2013Department of Mathematics
SuperResolution and Subwavelength Imaging
Principal Investigator Laurent Demanet
June 5, 2013Department of MathematicsImaging and Computing Group (ICG)
Principal Investigator Laurent Demanet
June 5, 2013Department of MathematicsMatrix Probing: Randomized Fitting for the WaveEquation Hessian
Principal Investigator Laurent Demanet
June 5, 2013Department of MathematicsA Butterfly Algorithm for Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging
Principal Investigator Laurent Demanet
June 5, 2013Department of MathematicsWave Computation with Fourier Integral Operators
Principal Investigator Laurent Demanet