May 30, 2013. The Franco-German Summer School on Inverse Problems and PDEs takes place from October 7-11 at the University of Bremen, Germany. This event is generously supported by the Franco-German University, the French Embassy in Germany, the University of Bremen and INRIA Saclay.
The summer school considers recent advances in analytical and numerical treatments of inverse problems for PDEs. A particular emphasis will be put on non-linear, qualitative and stochastic inversion methods. The courses are designed for advanced Master students, PhD students and PostDocs in mathematics. A limited number of participants will also have the opportunity to present their research in dedicated sessions.
More information on the summer school, a detailed program, and an online registration for this event can be found at the web site http://www.math.uni-bremen.de/zetem/ip-school2013
May 30, 2013. Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan Aug. 12-14, 2013 http://www.math.mtu.edu/~jiguangs/Homepage_of_Jiguang_Sun/NAIS.html
The workshop intends to bring leading researchers to discuss the recent developments on numerical analysis, scientific computing, and inverse problems. It also seeks to build collaboration among the participants.
Contributed presentations are invited in areas consistent with the conference themes, which include but are not limited to inverse scattering problem, finite element method, discontinuous Galerkin method, imaging, regularization schemes, etc. Those interested in giving a contributed talk must submit a title and a brief abstract not to exceed one page by email to email@example.com. Abstract submission deadline: June 15, 2013, Notification of acceptance: June 30, 2013.
May 29, 2013. The next HITEC Day takes place on Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at the University of Cologne.
HITEC Days are an inherent part of the graduate school Helmholtz Interdisciplinary Doctoral Training in Energy and Climate Research (HITEC). They devote a whole day to a method or a scientific topic with lectures and discussions. The methodological days serve to encourage scientific interdisciplinarity and will enable the PhD students to extend their range of methods with respect to their own scientific work. HITEC Days always end with a ‘Get together’, some snacks and drinks. HITEC Days are open for HITEC Ph.D. students and other interested young scientists. http://www.fz-juelich.de/hitec/DE/_SharedDocs/HITECProgramm05_06_13.pdf?__blob=publicationFile
May 24, 2013. An international meeting on Novel Directions in Inverse Scattering honoring David Colton which will take place at the University of Delaware, July 29-August 2, 2013. For more details see http://www.cmap.polytechnique.fr/~colton/
If you are interested in participating please go to the website of the Conference and register. NSF funding to support participation of graduate students, postdocs and young faculty is available. If you have any students, postdocs or young colleagues who might be interested in attending the conference please direct them to the registration page on the website of the conference. There they can register with an option to present a poster and request financial support.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Delaware. The Organizing Committee F. Cakoni, L. Borcea, H. Haddar and P. Monk
May 15, 2013. The 12th International Summer School on Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (ISSAOS) 2013 WEATHER FORECASTING: FROM THE SCIENCE TO THE PUBLIC 16 - 20 September 2013, Auditorium Reiss Romoli – Università Degli Studi dell’Aquila (L'Aquila) – ITALY
The 12th edition of the International Summer School on Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (ISSAOS 2013), has been organized by the CETEMPS (Center of Excellence for the Forecast of Severe Weather by Remote Sensing and Numerical Modelling) in collaboration with several other Institutions and it will review the current status of weather forecasting science and how this is operationally implemented and might be further developed as a service for the society.
The ISSAOS 2013 will provide a series of lectures on the following topics: Weather Forecast: state of the art, Predicatibility: deterministic versus probabilistic forecast Radar meteorology, Remote sensing and data assimilation, Climate prediction, National and regional weather services, National and International programmes, Transfer of knowledge and Higher education Applications to civil protection and agriculture, Communication and meteorological market
The participants will benefit of the guidance of highly qualified senior lecturers, among them: Prof. Thorpe, ECMWF, Prof. English, ECMWF, Prof. Buizza, ECMWF, Prof. Alberoni, ARPA-EMR, Prof. De Leonibus, AMI, Prof. Tibaldi, ARPA-EMR, Prof. Marzano, CETEMPS, Prof. Visconti, CETEMPS
There will be wide opportunities for interdisciplinary approaches to facilitate the communications and scientific exchanges among the lecturers and the participants, in order to enhance the coordination of specific scientific efforts and advocate for a common view of major scientific needs and priority areas for the future.
A guided tour and other social activities are also scheduled. Visit our website for further details on topics, registration and other information: http://cetemps.aquila.infn.it/issaos, We look forward to seeing you in L’Aquila in September.
May 11, 2013. News from the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers, dealing with geophysics, petroleum exploration, geology, reservoir engineering, mining and civil engineering. During London '13 (10-13 June, London, UK) we offer a wide variety of different workshops on topics like “Sedimentation Patterns” or “Interpreting the Imperfect Image”. All programmes of the sixteen workshops are set. For a complete overview of all workshop programmes please refer to the workshop overview. There is still room to participate in one of the workshops; make sure you register online before 15 May! More on http://www.eage.org/
May 11, 2013. We would like to invite you to participate in the EAGE Workshop on Seismic Attenuation which is taking place Oct 28-30, 2013 in
The workshop aims to bridge this gap by bring together for the first time experts in theoretical and experimental rock physics, wave propagation and scattering theory, seismic processing and imaging, and quantitative interpretation. Moreover, the workshop will provide the ideal forum, where experts from oil companies, service companies and academia will interact and debate on technical issues and emerging technologies, addressing challenges and opportunities in seismic imaging and subsurface characterisation.
This workshop will cover four key topic areas through technical presentations and case studies. The main topics under discussion are:
More information can be found at http://www.eage.org/events/index.php?evp=10417
May 10, 2013. Dear Colleagues, we are preparing a book entitled ‘’Advances in Data, Methods, Models and Their Applications in Oil/Gas Exploration’’ with Cambridge Scholars Publishing Edition. We would like to kindly invite you to submit your scientific researches related to this topic. Topics covered by this book include but are not limited to:
You may submit either a detailed paper or an abstract with the expected length of your chapter. There are no charges at any stage of the publication process. The deadline for the receipt of Abstracts is 01 July 2013. Please let us know if you have any questions. Best Regards,
Dr. Said GACI, Sonatrach, Division Exploration, Boumerdes , Algeria Said_gaci@yahoo.com Prof. Dr. Olga HACHAY Institute of Geophysics , Ural’s Department of RAS, Yekaterinburg , Russian Federation firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
May 9, 2013. A broad range of topics is covered by the neuroscience conference CNN 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. It includes sessions on imaging for neuroscience, where inverse problems play a major role. For more information see: http://www.neuro-conf.org/call-for-papers/en/cfp.html http://www.neuro-conf.org/CallForPapers.html
May 9, 2013. IEEE, the world's largest professional association for the advancement of technology, is pleased to announce the debut of IEEE Access, the first open access mega journal in the growing IEEE open access publishing program. This multidisciplinary open access journal is an all-electronic archival publication focused on IEEE fields of interest with an emphasis on applications-oriented articles. IEEE Access will be discoverable via the IEEE Xplore Digital Library to millions of users worldwide.
May 6, 2013. We would like to invite you to the Summer School “Inverse Problems and Partial Differential Equations”, which takes place Oct 7-11, 2013 in Bremen, Germany.
This summer school considers the analytical and numerical treatment of inverse problems for partial differential equations as, e.g., the time-harmonic or time-dependent wave equation or the Laplace equation. We assume that participants are familiar with basic concepts in numerical and functional analysis and know basic theory on partial differential equations and inverse problems. The school is particularly interesting for advanced Master students, PhD students and PostDocs in mathematics or related subjects.
Lecturers are Thorsten Hohage (University of Göttingen, Germany), Patrick Joly (INRIA Saclay, France), Juliette Leblond (INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, France), Peter Maass (University of Bremen, Germany), Peter Monk (University of Delaware, US), Karim Ramdani (INRIA Nancy, France), Andreas Rieder (KIT, Germany), Samuli Siltanen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Organizers: Houssem Haddar (INRIA Saclay, France) and Armin Lechleiter (University of Bremen, Germany)
Please register here before July 15, 2013. More information can be found on http://www.math.uni-bremen.de/zetem/ip-school2013
May 6, 2013. Dear Colleague, please note the Symposium “Light Scattering: Simulation and inversion”, which takes place at the University of Bremen, Bremen, 27. + 28. May 2013
At the heart of many modern industrial applications is fast and accurate numerical solution of inverse light scattering problems. For example, in metrology inverse scattering techniques are used in applications ranging from the small-scale optical characterisation of micro- and nanostructures to large-scale radar imaging.
Light scattering more and more becomes an indispensible tool in this context. Particle surface contaminations have to be detected, sized and characterized. For aerosol characterization spectroscopic methods and Lidar are used. Soot aggregates in an industrial or environmental setting have to be characterized based on measured scattering characteristics.
A common challenge for inverse problems in applications is the need for a thorough theoretical understanding of the problem and the difficulties, as well as fast and reliable numerical algorithms for inversion. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers working on different aspects of light scattering and inverse problems from theory to computations and real-life applications.
May 5, 2013. Inverse Problems is excited to announce the publication of the Radar Imaging special issue. Guest edited by Margaret Cheney and Brett Borden, this issue encompasses a plethora of techniques and research on radar imaging. The papers, prepared by leading researchers in mathematics, physics and engineering, cover target structure and composition, artefact mitigation, and moving targets.
http://iopscience.iop.org/0266-5611/29/5 We hope that you enjoy reading the issue and that it will stimulate further research.
May 1, 2013. We are pleased to announce that the abstract deadline for the 6th WMO DA Symposium has been extended to Friday, 10 May 2013. The abstract submission webpage can be found here: http://www.certain.com/system/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x14791704721
We have received nearly 200 abstracts thus far, so thank you to everyone that has already submitted. We hope to have the schedule for the symposium finalized and released by early June. Symposium registration will also be opened up at that time. More information will be made available on the symposium website: http://www.ncep.noaa.gov/events/2013/wmo6da/ Please feel free to forward this message along to those that may be interested. We are looking forward to receiving your abstracts.
Regards, Roger Saunders and Tom Hamill (Co-Chairs, Scientific Steering Committee) Daryl Kleist (Chair, Local Organizing Committee)
April 29, 2013. The 14th GHRSST Science Team Meeting (GHRSST XIV) will be held on 17-21 June 2013, hosted by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole (on Cape Cod), MA, USA.
The aims of GHRSST XIV are to review the progress within GHRSST, to provide an update on the scientific achievements, and to foster interaction with operational and scientific users of GHRSST data.
The meeting is open to anyone involved in the generation and application of SST products. Activities related the Gulf Stream and coastal areas of the Eastern seaboard are encouraged, but not exclusively required. For more info see here.
April 17, 2013. The 3rd International Conference “Waves in Science and Engineering - WIS&E 2013” will take place in Huatulco, Oaxaca, México from 4th to 8th November 2013.
On behalf of the Organizing Committee I am pleased to invite you to participate in WIS&E 2013 with a lecture on your recent research. The conference is intended to bring together experts from different fields of the general area of classical wave theory and applications including acoustic, electromagnetic, and elastic wave propagation. This is the first announcement, you can find more information at http://www.wise.esimez.ipn.mx/.
April 16, 2013. We are happy to announce the Matheon-Workshop “Compressed Sensing and its Applications”, December 9 to December 13, 2013, Technical University Berlin.
The goal of this workshop is to bring together the leading mathematicians working in compressed sensing and the leading engineers from a number of its application areas such as Imaging Science, Radar Technology, Tomography, or Communication Theory, to report on recent developments, to promote a dialogue between applied mathematicians and engineers, and to foster new developments and collaborations.
The following researchers already accepted to deliver a Plenary Talk at this workshop: Richard Baraniuk (Rice University, USA), Helmut Bölcskei (ETH, Zurich, Switzerland), Babak Hassibi (California Institute of Technology, USA), Volker Mehrmann (Technical University Berlin, Germany), Ali Pezeshki (Colorado State University, USA), Guillermo Sapiro (Duke University, USA), Martin Vetterli (EPFL, Switzerland).
Furthermore, 20 selected researchers have already agreed to give an Invited Talk. Each participant will have the opportunity to present her/his research in the form of a poster.
You can find more details on the workshop (incl. the list of invited speakers, details on accommodation, venue, and scientific and social program) at http://www.math.tu-berlin.de/csa2013 where you can also fill in the electronic registration form.
Deadline for registration: September 30, 2013, Expiration of pre-reserved hotel rooms: September 30, 2013, Deadline for submission of the title of poster: September 30, 2013, Deadline for registration for social program: October 30, 2013
April 16, 2013. A conference on domain decomposition methods for optimization with PDE constraints will take place at the Centro Stefano Franscini in Ascona, Switzerland, on September 1-6, 2013. The focus of this conference is on new, innovative techniques for the parallel solution of large scale constrained optimization problems where partial differential equations appear as an essential part of the constraints.
Confirmed speakers include Harbir Antil; Eldad Haber; Laurence Halpern; Matthias Heinkenschloss; Des Higham; Ronald Hoppe; Axel Klawonn; Rolf Krause; Yvon Maday; Zdenek Strakos; Gerhard Wanner
You are cordially invited to participate in the conference. Registration and abstracts for contributed talks are accepted until May 15, 2013. We are also soliciting minisymposia proposals until April 30, 2013.
Thanks to generous funding by our sponsors, participants only need to pay for accommodation, which is on site and includes room and board for the duration of the conference. There is a prize of CHF 500.- to be awarded for the best presentation by a young scientist.
Please see the conference website http://www.unige.ch/math/ascona2013/ for further details. We look forward to seeing you in September in Ascona! The organizers: Martin J. Gander, Felix Kwok and Rolf Krause
April 16, 2013. Third Annual Workshop on Inverse Problems within the Visby Program is organized by the Department of Mathematics, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg, Sweden. The workshop is supported by the Swedish Institute and will be held on May 2-6, 2013 at Stockholm, Sweden.
The subject of the annual workshop is presentation of new analytical developments and new numerical methods for solutions of Inverse Problems. The workshop aims to gather people from the field of applied mathematics to discuss the state-of-the-art and future challenges in solving of Inverse problems for broad range of applications.
Confirmed invited speakers: Anatoliy Bakushinskiy, Russia; Michel Cristofol, France; Gulnara Kuramshina, Russia; Sergey Kabanikhin, Russia; Larisa Nazarova, Russia; Marian Slodicka, Belgium; Yury Shestopalov, Sweden; Anatoliy Yagola, Russia; Vasyl V. Yatsyk, Ukraine; Enrique Zuazua, Spain
Registration is made by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org including name, company/university, department. More information about this workshop can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/visby2010/conferences
The talks on the workshop will be given in English. Participation in this workshop is free.
April 16, 2013. This is to cordially invite you to participate in PIERS (Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium) 2013 Stockholm (August 12-15), where microwave meets the light http://www.piers.org/piers2013Stockholm/.
Both microwave and lightwave are governed by the same Maxwell's equations. However, many people in optics rarely read papers in microwave journals and “reinvented the wheel” from time to time, while many people in microwave rarely read papers in optics journals and keep “reinventing the wheel”. It is therefore very worthwhile to encourage the microwave community and the lightwave community to meet and talk (or listen) to each other in a conference. In PIERS 2013 Stockholm, photonics & optics take about 40%, microwave (incl. RF and mm wave) takes another 40%, and the rest is for general electromagnetics. PIERS 2013 Stockholm is a great event as a Family Reunion of Electromagnetics, spanning the classical and quantum worlds.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) provides an international forum for reporting progress and recent advances in the modern development of electromagnetic theory and its new and exciting applications since 1989. Topics include radiation, propagation, diffraction, scattering, guidance, resonance, power, energy and force issues, and all other modern developments, with spectra ranging from statics to RF, microwave, lightwave, and beyond.
April 15, 2013. As part of the activities of the FP7 DRIHM2US project (www.drihm2us.eu), i like to draw your attention to the following event organized in the framework of the “INSPIRE 2013: The Green Renaissance” in Florence:
“Information for Innovation and Socioeconomic Development” International Workshop at the crossroad of Earth Information, Technology and Social Sciences, June 23 - 24, 2013, Florence, Italy
This workshop is the latest in a series of workshops on the “Socioeconomic Benefits of Environmental Information”, which have been held alternatively in Europe and the United States. The current two day workshop will take place in Florence, Italy, on June 23 and 24, 2013, as a pre-conference event to the INSPIRE conference.
The focus of the previous workshops was on methodologies and use case development. With this workshop, we intend to broaden the focus to include the following themes:
Information (Earth Observation, geospatial data, community generated data) as a driver for economic and social development, including measures of well-being that move beyond GDP as an indicator
Economic impact of innovations stemming from Open Data and the re-use of Public Sector Information Importance of communications to reach across disciplines from scientists to citizen-scientists to end-users Keynote addresses will highlight the state of the art, in this multi-disciplinary field and introduce the three themes above. The workshop will have a combination of invited presentations, submitted papers, and panel discussions on these themes. In addition, use cases addressing quantitative results are invited. Recommendations for a path forward will be presented at the conclusion of the second day.
This event is the next step in building a multi-disciplinary community of practice to further support the use of geospatial information as a socioeconomic driver. The workshop will provide opportunities to network with both developers and users of geospatial information to encourage long-term mutual support.
To submit an abstract (500 words) for an oral presentation: http://inspire-forum.jrc.ec.europa.eu/start/www/SBEI/
April 9, 2013. Please note the workshop on Multiscale Modeling, Simulation and Inversion taking place at KAUST, SA, May 4-5. The purpose of this workshop is to discuss the scientific developments, challenges and difficulties in multiscale waveform modeling, simulation and inversion in important industrial applications ranging from seismic imaging and inversion to metamaterial properties to medical tomography. The synergy among these applications will allow transferring the knowledge from one area to another.
We invite students and post-docs to present their scientific contributions in our poster session. Please submit a title and an abstract to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Website is at http://emang.kaust.edu.sa/Pages/Workshop.aspx.
April 9, 2013. We are happy to announce the Copper Country Workshop on Numerical Analysis and Inverse Problems, to be held at Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan Aug. 12-14, 2013. More information can be found at Website.
The workshop intends to bring leading researchers to discuss the recent developments on numerical analysis, scientific computing, and inverse problems. It also seeks to build collaboration among the participants.
Contributed presentations are invited in areas consistent with the conference themes, which include but are not limited to inverse scattering problem, finite element method, discontinuous Galerkin method, imaging, regularization schemes, etc. Those interested in giving a contributed talk must submit a title and a brief abstract not to exceed one page by email to email@example.com.
Abstract submission deadline: May 15, 2013 Notification of acceptance: June 15, 2013
April 9, 2013. On July 26-28th, 2013 the International Conference on Remote Sensing, Environment and Transportation Engineering (RSETE2013) is taking place in Nanjing, China. RSETE2013 is organized by Computer society of Jiangsu province, China. On behalf of RSETE Organizing Committee, we cordially invite you to submit your paper(s) to the conference. Website: http://www.rsete2013.org/index.html. Conference Topics include
Remote sensing and application Energy, Environmental, sustainable development Environment Pollution and Protection Transportation Engineering
Important Dates: Submission Deadline(No more extension): May 16th, 2013
April 5, 2013. The Higher Education Academy tries to encourage its members to dedicat to a career-long commitment to excellence in teaching and supporting learning and is closely aligned with the United Kingdom Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF). See http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/ukpsf. Currently, a survey about this is carried out by HEA among its members.
Teaching and learning inverse problems techniques is an important topic for the inverse problems community, which has full support by its members, with a large cohorte of dedicated university teachers.