laurent@math.mit.edu
Laurent Demanet
 Director, Earth Resources Laboratory
 Professor of Applied Mathematics and Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
 PhD, Applied and Computational Mathematics, California Inst. of Tech., 2006
Biographical Overview
Laurent Demanet is Professor of Applied Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics at MIT, with a joint appointment in Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences.
Previously, he held a postdoctoral position called "Szego assistant professor" in the Department of Mathematics at Stanford. He obtained his Ph.D. in 2006 under Emmanuel Candes, in Applied and Computational Mathematics at Caltech. He completed his undergraduate studies in mathematical engineering and theoretical physics at Universite de Louvain, Belgium.
He is the recipient of a Sloan research fellowship, a CAREER award from NSF, and a Young Investigator award from AFOSR. His research interests include seismic imaging, geophysical inversion, and machine learning.
Publications

H. Sun, L. Demanet, 2020, "Extrapolated full waveform inversion with deep learning", GEOPHYSICS, 85, R275R288

H. Sun, L. Demanet, 2019, "Extrapolated full waveform inversion with convolutional neural networks", SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2019

P. Bharadwaj, L. Demanet, A. Fournier, 2019, "Focused Blind Deconvolution", IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 67, 3168  3180

L. ZepedaNúñez, A. Scheuer, R.J. Hewett, L. Demanet, 2019, "The method of polarized traces for the 3D Helmholtz equation", GEOPHYSICS, 84, T313  T333

P. Bharadwaj, Y. Mukuhira, L. Demanet, M. Fehler, A. Fournier, 2018, "Focused blind deconvolution of earthquake signals", AGU Fall Meeting

P. Bharadwaj, L. Demanet, A. Fournier, 2018, "Focused blind deconvolution of interferometric Green’s functions", SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2018

H. Sun, L. Demanet, 2018, "Lowfrequency extrapolation with deep learning", SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2018

A. Fournier, N. Grobbe, L. Demanet, 2018, "Nondimensionalization and Perturbation Analysis of Seismoelectromagnetic Governing Equations", AGU Fall Meeting

Y. Li, L. Demanet, 2015, "A short note on phase and amplitude tracking for seismic event separation"

A. Cosse, S.D. Shank, L. Demanet, 2015, "A short note on rank2 relaxation for waveform inversion"

L. ZepedaNunez, L. Demanet, 2015, "A short note on the nestedsweep polarized traces method for the 2D Helmholtz equation"

M. Leinonen, R.J. Hewett, X. Zhang, L. Ying, L. Demanet, 2013, "Highdimensional wave atoms and compression of seismic datasets"

H. Baek, H. Calandra, L. Demanet, 2013, "Registrationguided leastsquares waveform inversion"

H. Baek, H. Calandra, L. Demanet, 2013, "The failure mode of correlation focusing for model velocity estimation"

L. ZepedaNunez, R.J. Hewett, M.Michel Rao, L. Demanet, 2013, "Timestepping beyond CFL: a locally onedimensional scheme for acoustic wave propagation"

J. Hu, S. Fomel, L. Demanet, L. Ying, 2012, "A fast butterfly algorithm for the hyperbolic Radon transform"

P.D. Letourneau, L. Demanet, H. Calandra, 2012, "Approximate inversion of the waveequation Hessian via randomized matrix probing"

L. Demanet, P.D. Letourneau, N. Boumal, H. Calandra, J. Chiu, S. Snelson, 2010, "Matrix probing: a randomized preconditioner for the waveequation hessian", Appl. Comput. Harmon. Anal. 32 (2012) 155168

E. Candes, L. Demanet, L. Ying, 2009, "A fast butterfly algorithm for the computation of Fourier integral operators", SIAM Multiscale Model. Simul. 74: 17271750