Inverse problems research lies at the intersection of pure and applied mathematics. The forward problem corresponding to an inverse problem is usually a well defined problem in physics, engineering or medical imaging. What is inverted in an inverse problem is the causality: Whereas in a forward problem we start from the causes and end up with the results, in an inverse problem we start with partial knowledge of the causes and the result and infer more about the causes.
The University of Helsinki inverse problems seminar is held in Exactum C124 from 14:15 - 16:00 on specified dates, unless stated...
Deep learning methods for CT reconstruction
Mathilde Galinier (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia) 25.03.2019, Exactum C124, 2pm-4pm
Stochastic collocation methods for multiparametric eigenvalue problems
Mikael Laaksonen (Aalto University) 11.02.2019, Exactum C124, 2pm-4pm
Focusing waves in unknown media in energy norm
Jussi Korpela (University of Helsinki) 04.02.2019, Exactum C124, 2pm-4pm
Inverse scattering and tomography on probability distributions
Antti Kujanpää (University of Helsinki) 03.12.2018, Exactum C124, 3pm-4pm
The inverse problems group at the University of Helsinki has members and contributors ranging from professors to undergraduate students...
Geometric Inverse Problems and Applications
In the context of inverse problems, a mathematical model of the measurements is called the direct problem. To understand this term, let us...
Computational Inverse Problems
Computational Inverse Problems are all about the application. The driving question is how to extend the thorough theory of an Inverse...
Inverse problems research lies at the intersection of pure and applied mathematics. The forward problem corresponding an inverse problem is...
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We are located in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Helsinki, which is housed in the Exactum building. The address is Pietari Kalmin katu 5, Helsinki, Finland. See our list of members for individual contact details.