James G. Nagy
Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor
Mathematics Department Chair
 Address:

Department of Mathematics

Emory University
 Atlanta, GA 30322
 USA


Office:

E420 Mathematics and Science Center

Voice:

(404)7275601

Email:

jnagy@emory.edu

 Computational Mathematics at Emory:
 My Research Interests:

Numerical linear algebra, scientific computation,
numerical solutions to discrete illposed
problems in signal and image processing.
 My Research Activities:
 Seven Page Summary CV
(updated January, 2020)
 Books:

Deblurring Images: Matrices, Spectra, and Filtering
Per Christian Hansen, James G. Nagy, and Dianne P. O'Leary,
SIAM, 2006.
(
ordering information )

Introduction to Scientific Computing using Matlab
Ian Gladwell, James G. Nagy, and Warren E. Ferguson, Jr.,
published by the authors, and available through
Lulu, 2011.
Electronic copy

List of publications and technical reports

IR Tools:
A MATLAB Package of Iterative Regularization Methods and Test Problems for Linear Inverse Problems

Webpage describing the project
 Reference:
S. Gazzola, P. C. Hansen, and J. G. Nagy, IR Tools: A MATLAB Package of Iterative Regularization Methods and LargeScale Test Problems, Numerical Algorithms, online; doi: 10.1007/s1107501805707.

Get the software from
Github

RestoreTools:
Matlab Software Package for Image Restoration

Georgia Scientific Computing Symposia:
The
2020 GSCS
will be February 29, 2020, at Emory.
Previous GSCS:
GA Tech, 2019
;
GSU, 2018
;
UGA, 2017
;
Emory, 2016
;
GA Tech, 2015
;
Kennesaw, 2014
;
GA State, 2013
;
UGA, 2012
;
Emory, 2011
;
GA Tech, 2010
;
Emory, 2009
;

Scientific Computing at Emory

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