Inverse Problems hosts its first international conference
Inverse Problems will celebrate its 30th anniversary by hosting a special three day conference in Bristol, UK, later this year.
The conference, named IPTA2014, will be held on 26-28 August and include plenary lectures from eight of the world’s most prominent inverse problems researchers. The full programme is available online and registration is now open.
This conference represents a new forum to disseminate interdisciplinary inverse problems research and to facilitate increased engagement and collaboration within the international community.
The scientific committee, Professor Alfred K Louis, Professor Simon Arridge and Professor Bill Rundell, have organised a diverse scientific programme which combines mathematical and experimental work with theoretical, numerical and practical approaches to solving inverse problems. As well as supporting the applied mathematics community, the conference will also encompass a plethora of applications including the physical sciences, imaging, engineering, geophysics, biology and acoustics.
The conference will focus on cutting-edge research and will include plenary lectures, a range of mini symposia, a historic overview of the field and a public lecture. In support of the future research community, one plenary lecture will be awarded to a young researcher selected by the scientific committee.
We hope to welcome you to Bristol in 2014!