Geophysical data analysis.
Mathematical and computational methods to solve problems in processing of geophysical data and in seismic imaging of the Earth’s interior.
Developing new geophysical algorithmic techniques using theoretical seismology, applied mathematics, computational statistics, signal processing, etc.
Tel Aviv University Israel, 2002-2009
PhD Applied Mathematics
- Highly nonlinear approximation in compression
TECHNION - Israel Institute of Technology, 1994-1998 Master of Computer Science
- Non-uniform Wavelets and its applications to geometric 3-D modeling-Best paper award (2nd prize) Eurographics conf. proceedings
Postdoctoral Fellow, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin
Talks and Publications
Wavefront-defined radon transform - US Patent , Kazinnik, Roman, Berkovitch, Alexander and Belfer, Igor, 2009
Anisotropic wave propagation in strongly heterogeneous media, Roman Kazinnik IG-BEG seminar June 2010
Inversion of Liouville equations with applications to traveltime tomography, Roman Kazinnik IG-BEG seminar July 2010
Multifold parameters by predicitive painting without scanning, Roman Kazinnik and Will Burnett, SEG 80th annual meeting, Denver, Colorado,2010
Multiscale solution of wave equation using stable finite differences, Roman Kazinnik and Vladimir Bashkardin, SEG 80th annual meeting, Denver, Colorado,2010
Non-hyperbolic common reflection surface, Sergey Fomel and Roman Kazinnik SEG 79th annual meeting,Houston, Texas,2009
Image Compression with Geometric Polynomials, Roman Kazinnik, with Nira Dyn and Shai Dekel, IEEE Trans. Image Processing 16 (2007), 2225-2233
Approximation in non-convex domains with domain elevation, Roman Kazinnik and Nira Dyn, in Algorithms of Approximation, Springer 2007
Multiresolution decomposition of Bspline spaces with Wavelets, Roman Kazinnik and Gershon Elber, Eurographics Conf. Proceedings