We will meet in LGRT 1634 at 5 pm just as usual.

The abstract of the talk is as follows:

The Radon transform is a way of transforming one function into another which has applications in mathematics and image processing. I will define the Radon transform as well as the closely related X-ray transform. I will recall the more famous Fourier transform, and then discuss the connection between these operators (which seems to have given rise to the popularity of the Radon transform in medical imaging)