Conference on "Inverse Problems and Applications"
April 2-6, 2013 Linköping University, Sweden
organized in collaboration with Institut Mittag-Leffler
  Inverse modeling is an important and necessary key step in many physical applications. Inverse problems are inherently driven by applications and they arise in many practical situations when difficulties are experienced in producing, measuring or interpreting various causal features of a physical phenomenon. Inverse models contribute for the benefit to the society by providing an insight into solving important real physical problems.
  The aim of this conference is to present the state of the art in Inverse Problems and to foster greater exchange of  experience  and knowledge  of applying inverse problem in different areas of applications.
  Main topics: Inverse Problems: Theory, Algorithms and Applications; Identification in Partial Differential Equations; Inverse Scattering; Computational Methods; Regularization Techniques; Inverse problems with small parameters; Imaging Techniques.
  Organizing committee
    Linköping University, Sweden
    Linköping University, Sweden
    Linköping University, Sweden
    University College London, UK
    University of Helsinki, Finland

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