Student Poster Prize
Jul 04, 2014
from 10:30 AM to 04:30 PM
|Where||School of Mathematics, University of Manchester|
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This one-day meeting is the third LMS meeting on inverse problems (in a series of four in 2014) that brings together UK researchers who work on advancing the field of inverse problems, both from a theoretical and from an applied point of view.
The meeting will concentrate on hybrid imaging approaches as well as inverse problems that work with data that originates from multiple modalities.
We invite students and other early career researchers to present a poster about their research at the meeting. Please indicate your interest in presenting a poster when registering (see below).
A prize of £100 will be awarded to the best student poster to support travel and accommodation costs.
Invited speakers will include:
- Giovanni Alberti (Mathematics, University of Oxford)
- Marta Betcke (Computer Science, UCL)
- Oliver Dorn (Mathematics, University of Manchester)
- Andy Hooper (Earth Sciences, University of Leeds)
-Manuchehr Soleimani (Electrical Engineering, University of Bath)
-Harry Tsoumpas (Medical Physics, University of Leeds)
Registration for this event is free of charge but for planning issues please write an email to Sean Holman email@example.com , including your name, affiliation and (if applicable) an expression of interest for presenting a poster at the meeting.
11:00-11:40 Oliver Dorn (Mathematics, University of Manchester) - Level set techniques for seismic full waveform inversion.
11:40 - 12:20 Andy Hooper (Earth Science, University of Leeds) - Remote sensing of Earth deformation and hybrid imaging.
12:20-13:20 Lunch & Poster Competition
13:20-14:00 Marta Betcke (Mathematics, UCL) - Compressed sensing for high resolution 3D Photoacoustic Tomography using data sparsity.
14:00-14:40 Giovanni Alberti (Mathematics, University of Oxford) - Using multiple frequencies to enforce non-zero constraints in PDE and applications to hybrid imaging problems.
14:40-15:10 Coffee break
15:10-15:50 Harry Tsoumpas (Medical Physics, University of Leeds) - How mathematical, physical and physiological modelling can improve the resolution of Positron Emission Tomography?
15:50-16:30 Manuch Soleimani (Electrical Engineering, University of Bath) - Hybrid inversion for combined soft field and hard field tomography.
Acknowledgements: This event is funded by the London Mathematical Society and the University of Manchester School of Mathematics EPSRC Platform Grant