The Catholic University Department of Mathematics hosts a weekly seminar in Functional Analysis and Related Areas. Attendance is open to all interested members of the mathematics community, including students and faculty from other colleges and universities. See below for an abstract of the upcoming presentation.


Next Seminar

Washington, DC 20064
Wednesday, April 26, 2023
5:10 p.m. - 6:50 p.m. (including a coffee break)

SPEAKER:  Dr. John E. Gray
                    Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren

TITLE:   Sensor Physics, What Is It and What Are Its Consequences?

This talk consists of three parts: A broadening of the notion of what sensors can be to any source of information that can be used as a data stream. The concepts necessary to make this notion by considering meaningful by discussion of data fusion to make the broadening definition useful, introducing the notion of senor physics by stretching the application of the mathematics of statistical physics to apply to this problem, and then discussion of an introduction of this application to information from quantum devices, how to achieve quantum advantage from devices, and finally introducing the notion of quantum arbitrage to explain such advantages across scales of the information fusion. 
(See also the attached PDF file.) 

The presentations will be given via Zoom. The corresponding link will be sent to everyone in advance.  
ORGANIZERS: V. Bogdan (The Catholic University of America), P. Kainen (Georgetown University), R. Kalpathy (The Catholic University of America), and A. Levin (The Catholic University of America).
Tel: 202-319-5221202-319- 5222.    Fax: 202-319-5231.