Jason McEwen and myself have just been awarded £2M from UK research councils for research on compressive imaging in astronomy and medicine, along with Mike Davies and other colleagues.
Press releases about the funded initiative may be found on Edinburgh Heriot-Watt University website at http://www.hw.ac.uk/news-
events/news/pioneering-work- helps-join-dots-across-known- 19548.htm ,
and on University College London website at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/
mathematical-physical- sciences/maps-news- publication/maps1431 ,
together with a first follow up article in ‘The Conversation’ at http://theconversation.com/
monster-telescope-needs-mind- bending-mathematics-to- uncover-secrets-of-the- universe-34563.Do not hesitate to post [this] on Nuit Blanche if you find it suitable.
Multiple positions will open very soon.
_____Dr Yves Wiaux, Assoc. Prof., BASP DirectorInstitute of Sensors, Signals & SystemsSchool of Engineering & Physical SciencesHeriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
Fantastic news, Yves
One small note: While the conversation piece seems to have actively removed several instances of it, there was still one instance of the word "partial" in the writeup, which, in my view, was not necessary.
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