The 3rd Alps-Adriatic Inverse Problems Workshop will be held at the Department of Mathematics of the Alpen-Adria-Universitaet Klagenfurt during July 5-7, 2023, with a summer school on July 3-4, 2023, the 1st Alps-Adriatic Inverse Problems Summer School .
The aim of this workshop is to gather scientists working on the theory and applications of inverse problems in academia and industry, in order to present their research, exchange ideas, and start new collaborations. Scientists at an early stage of the career (PhD students, postdocs) are particularly encouraged to participate.
Registration details will be available in February 2023.
The workshop will be held in person.
- Antonin Chambolle, CEREMADE, CNRS et Université de Paris-Dauphine PSL, France
- Yiqiu Dong, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
- Tapio Helin, LUT University, Lappeenranta, Finland
- Maria-Luisa Rapun, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Registration: May 17, 2023
Abstract submission: May 17, 2023
Acceptance of abstract: May 24, 2023
Payment of fee: June 14, 2023
Fee: EUR 220,-
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Local Organizing Committee:
- Phuoc Truong Huynh
- Barbara Kaltenbacher
- Teresa Rauscher
- Elena Resmerita
- Anita Wachter
- Tobias Wolf
- Barbara Kaltenbacher, Klagenfurt
- Elena Resmerita, Klagenfurt
All talks take place at room HS 4 (quite near the main entrance of the University) and the breaks in room Z.1.08 (right next to HS 4)
The AAIP 2023 is supported by: