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News Archive 2014/2 (April-June 2014)

A chronological list of workshops and conferences can be found at events! New Positions are announced under Researchers and Groups.

Workshop on Meteorological Sensitivity Analysis and Data Assimilation

                          1st Announcement
Workshop on Meteorological Sensitivity Analysis and Data Assimilation
                  1-5 June 2015  Roanoke, West Virginia

Sponsored by: Morgan Sate University, Baltimore Maryland The U. S. National Science Foundation The Global Modelling and Assimilation Office at NASA Goddard

This is the 10th in the series of “Adjoint Workshops” that began in 1992. It is intended to provide public evaluation of new works, reviews of techniques, and tutorials on fundamentals. Historically, more than half of each workshop has been devoted to data assimilation issues. Presentations from oceanography, geo-sciences, or engineering are welcome as are applications of techniques that do not include adjoint models but concern the applications to which they may otherwise apply. Opportunities for oral and poster presentations will be available. Unlike at larger meetings, all presenters will be instructed to “teach us something that you have learned” rather than to “advertise to us what you have done.” The audience will be provided ample time and encouragement to critique and discuss all presentations. Information regarding the previous workshop in this series may be found at http://gmao.gsfc.nasa.gov/events/adjoint_workshop-9/

This 10th workshop will be held 1-5 June 2015 at the Stonewall Resort in Roanoke, West Virginia (stonewallresort.com). This is a very secluded conference center located on a lake within a State Park, where all participants are expected to room, dine, and socialize. The all-inclusive cost, exclusive of travel, per person for each of the five days will be approximately $260 single occupancy, $180 double. There will be no other registration fee. The closest airports are Clarksburg WV (CKB) and Pittsburgh PA (PIT). Some kind of transit to/from the hotel may be arranged in the future.

Funds will be available for a limited number of students and postdocs to provide partial travel support (primarily the local expenses). A brief set of pre-workshop tutorials describing some fundamentals not generally presented elsewhere will be offered on 31 May to help novices in the field to spin up their understanding. Workshop supported students and postdocs will be expected to attend these tutorials.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN RECEIVING FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS, PLEASE RESPOND TO ronald.m.errico@nasa.gov; OTHERWISE NO FURTHER MAILINGS WILL BE SENT TO YOU. ALSO, PLEASE PASS THIS TO ANY COLLEAGUES WHO MAY BE INTERESTED. If you are a student or postdoc requesting travel support from the workshop, include the name of your institution, (expected) degree date, and topic of study. Further instructions will be provided sometime this fall.

Please see the workshop website for further information: http://gmao.gsfc.nasa.gov/events/adjoint_workshop-10/

For the organizing committee, Ron Errico

Dr. Ronald M. Errico                       phone: 301-614-6402
Global Modeling and Assimilation Office    fax:   301-614-6246
Code 610.1, Goddard Space Flight Center    ronald.m.errico@nasa.gov
Greenbelt MD 20771                         Building 33 Room C218

Dynamic Data-Driven Environmental Systems Science Conference

June 24, 2014. We are delighted to announce the Dynamic Data-Driven Environmental Systems Science Conference (DyDESS 2014; http://dydess.mit.edu ), to be held at MIT (Cambridge, MA) in November 2014.

DyDESS seeks papers integrating Data and modeling for environmental applications, particularly Data Assimilation, Uncertainty Quantification, Adaptive Sampling, Sensing, Autonomy and Learning. A strong program committee, great speakers, single-track format, an emphasis on connecting science and methodology, and discussions of emerging opportunities allows researchers to network and track the environmental systems science landscape at the excellent MIT location.

We invite you to submit an extended abstract/paper following the attached call. It can also be found here: http://dydess.mit.edu/dydess-2014-call-papers

Looking forward to seeing you in Boston!

Sincerely, Sai Ravela, Adrian Sandu, Dennis Bernstein For DyDESS 2014

LMS Inverse Problems Meeting July 4, 2014, Manchester

June 16, 2014. The next LMS Inverse Problems meeting which will take place at the University of Manchester on Friday, the 4th of July. The topic is “Hybrid and multi-modal imaging”. More details on the event, in particular a programme for the day and how to register can be found at: http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/cbs31/LMS_Inverse_Day_Manchester/Home.html

Registration is free and if, you have not already done so, and you'd like to register your participation just send an email of intent to: sean.holman@manchester.ac.uk

In particular, PhD students and PostDocs are encouraged to attend and present a poster. We will run a postgraduate student poster competition with a prize worth 100 pounds!

Kind regards, Sean, Daniel, Manuch and Carola

NCEO CEOI Joint Conference June 2014 - 24th Jun 14, University of Sheffield

June 6, 2014. The NCEO and CEOI Joint Conference 2014 will be held at the University of Sheffield from 24 - 27 June 2014. You can register here: http://www.sheffield-delegates.co.uk/NCEO-CEOI2014 Registration will close on 14 June.

The conference will have inter-disciplinary NCEO/CEOI-ST plenary sessions, which will include talks from each of the science, technology and applications perspectives. Posters will be displayed for the duration of the conference, and there will be poster sessions on both Wednesday and Thursday evenings. In addition, those submitting posters will be invited to give a oneminute poster talk during a plenary session (to introduce posters relevant to that session). On Friday, the final 2 plenary sessions will be devoted to “Future Opportunities” and will include a talk by John Remedios – Incoming Director of NCEO. The plenary sessions of the conference will finish at lunchtime on Friday, when the NCEO will hold a “Café Scientifique” from 1-3pm: an opportunity for NCEO’s early career scientists to brainstorm with colleagues.

Here is a copy of the conference programme: http://www.nceo.ac.uk/meeting_detail.php?id=37

[MMET*2014] Deadline Extension

June 6, 2014. This is a second announcement of of 15th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetic Theory (MMET*2014), August 26 - 28, 2014, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.

MMET is a traditional forum held in Ukraine famous as efficient interface between the Ukrainian and Western scientists and engineers in the broad area of modeling and simulation of electromagnetic fields. For more information please visit our site www.mmet.org .

Also please, pay attention on the Deadline Extension up to 30 june 2014 for the MMET*2014 site registration and manuscript submission. If you have any questions, please contact MMET*2014 Secretary at mmet@mmet.org.

Kind regards, Dr. Mikhail Balaban

Neural Fields Conference - from Modelling to Data Assimilation

June 4, 2014. The schedule for the 3rd International Conference on Neural Field Theory (ICNFT) - From Modelling to Data Assimilation, which is held June 16-19, 2014, in Reading, UK, is now online at http://inverseproblems.info/icnft2014.

COMNETSAT 2014 IEEE International Conference on Communication, Networks and Satellite

June 4, 2014. Jakarta, 4-6 November 2014, IEEE Conference Number: 34164

The 2014 IEEE International Conference on Communication, Networks and Satellite (COMNETSAT 2014) targets to address current state of the technology and the outcome of the ongoing research in the area of Communications, Networks and Satellite Systems. Articles of interdisciplinary nature are particularly welcome. COMNETSAT 2014 covers theory, design and application of computer and communication, networks and satellite systems. During recent years there as been an impressive increase in the use of networked applications and networks are now key resources in any information system configuration. Wireless and fixed line networks complemented by a growing range of mobile devices are having a significant impact on the way we run our lives and our business. COMNETSAT 2014 invites papers, original & unpublished work from individuals active in the broad theme of the conference.

Satellite data are a key ingredient today for inverse problems and data assimilation techniques.

Papers submission: http://edas.info/N17377 Full Papers Submission Deadline: 15 June 2014

More detail: http://comnetsat.org Email: ieeecomnetsat2014-chairs@edas.info.

ICARES 2014 The International Conference on Aerospace Electronics and Remote Sensing Technology 2014

June 4, 2014. Yogyakarta, 13-14 November 2014, IEEE Conference Number: 34149

This ICARES 2014 will be a platform for disseminating timely information both in the sensor technology, smaller satellites and launch vehicles as well as in the processing of information. The event shall become a unique opportunity for the AES, GRS and other IEEE Chapters to exchange views and disseminating new trends and advances in the respected fields.

Papers submission: https://edas.info/N17349 Full Papers Submission Deadline : 15 June 2014

More detail: http://indoaessgrss.org/icares Email: icares2014-chairs@edas.info

Hybrid and multi-modal imaging day in Manchester

May 22, 2014. This is a reminder for the next LMS inverse meeting which will take place in Manchester on Friday, the 4th of July. The topic is “Hybrid and multi-modal imaging”. More details on the event, in particular a programme for the day can be found at: http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/cbs31/LMS_Inverse_Day_Manchester/Home.html

Please also encourage your students and PostDocs to attend and present a poster. We will run a student poster competition with a prize worth 100 pounds!

Kind regards, Sean, Daniel, Manuch and Carola

Applied Inverse Problems Conference 2015

May 2, 2014. Inverse problems arise from the need to interpret indirect measurements. Such situations are common in many application areas such as medical imaging, nondestructive testing, underground prospecting, astronomical imaging, remote sensing, image processing, and data mining. Scientific research of inverse problems is multidisciplinary and involves for example mathematics, physics, engineering and signal processing.

The Applied Inverse Problems (AIP) conference series is the premier scientific meeting of the field, organized by Inverse Problems International Association (IPIA) every two years. The next AIP Conference will be held in Helsinki, Finland, in May 25-29, 2015. The official conference website is http://aip2015.fips.fi/. The local organizing institution is the Finnish Inverse Problems Society (www.fips.fi).

The minisymposium proposal deadline is September 30, 2014.

Scientific Committee:

Samuli Siltanen (chair), University of Helsinki, Finland
Gang Bao, Zhejiang University, China 
Eric Bonnetier, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France 
Martin Burger, University of Muenster, Germany 
Maarten de Hoop, Purdue University, USA 
Hiroshi Isozaki, University of Tsukuba, Japan 
Matti Lassas, University of Helsinki, Finland 
Peter Maass, University of Bremen, Germany 
Graeme Milton, University of Utah, USA 
Jennifer Mueller, Colorado State University, USA 
Lassi Päivärinta, University of Helsinki, Finland 
Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb, University of Cambridge, UK 
Gunther Uhlmann, University of Helsinki, Finland, and University of Washington, USA 
Jun Zou, Chinese University of Hong Kong 

Submitted by: Samuli Siltanen, Professor of Industrial Mathematics, University of Helsinki

13th Optimization and Inverse Problems in Electromagnetism workshops

April 25, 2014. On 10, 11 and 12 September the 13th edition of the Int ernational Workshops on 'Optimization and Inverse Problems in Electromagnet ism' (OIPE) will take place in Delft, The Netherlands. We are very proud to announce Matthias Stolpe (TU Denmark) and Ruth V. Sabariego (KU Leuven) as the invited lecturers.

The conference venue, theatre De Veste is located in the historical center of Delft and all hotels are within 7 minutes walking distance. At the end of the 1st conference day the mayor of Delft will welcome you in the ol d Town Hall. The conference dinner will be on Thursday, September 11th. A l uxurious touring bus will bring you to Rotterdam, where you will enjoy the view of the world's largest harbor in all its glory, while dinner is served on board of a special ship.

Important Dates:

May 10th 2014: Digest submission deadline (2 pages)
May 10th 2014: Start of early bird registration
May 30th 2014: Digest acceptance notification
August 10th 2014: End of early bird registration
August 10th 2014: Deadline for paying fees of presenti ng authors
September 10th – 12th: OIPE2014 confe rence

Abstract submission procedure: The authors are encouraged to submit a two-page digest due by May 10th , 2014. Online submission is required and facilities are provided on the we bsite. (www.oipe2014.nl) Abstract template can be downloaded from: http://www.oipe2014.nl/content/author For further information on our conference please visit our website: www.oipe2014.nl

Yours sincerely, Dr. Domenico Lahaye

Perspectives in Inverse Problems

April 1, 2014. Dear Colleage, please note the following conference announcement.

Aug 4-8, 2014, Helsinki, Finland: Perspectives in Inverse Problems - 
International conference in the honour of 
Professor Lassi Päivärinta in his 60th birthday, 

More information can be found at http://wiki.helsinki.fi/display/PIP2014/Home

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