WORKSHOP: Wave physics and imaging applications
You are invited to join our full day in-person workshop on all things wave physics, wave propagation, and imaging across a range of applications to support and initiate research exchange.

The workshop takes place Friday 20 May 2022 at the University of Helsinki, Exactum, CK112, 09:00 - 17:00.

We appreciate if you indicate your interest to attend by completing this e-form to help us assess the catering needs, but registering is not mandatory.

We kindly ask you to consider to wear face masks in the auditorium to help confining the spread of recent flu cases.

Questions to speakers and comments for future collaboration can be added to Flinga.


9.00 Hillers; Seismology; Introduction
9.15 Wolf; Applied Math / Numerical Wave Propagation; Time reversal of elastic waves
9.45 Weir; Cosmology; Gravitational wave cosmology
10.15 Break
10.30 Courbis; Seismology; Sisprobe and Helsinki region ambient noise surface wave tomography
11.00 Krenz; Applied Math / Numerical Wave Propagation; Coupled elastic-acoustic simulations
11.30 Zhou; Electrodynamics / Space Physics; Ultra-low frequency plasma waves in Earth’s magnetosphere
12.00 Lunch
13.00 Meaney; Applied Math; Image reconstruction in low-dose cone beam computed tomography
13.30 Oksanen; Applied Math; Computational methods for acoustic inverse problems
14.00 Nieminen; Ultrasound / Biomedical Engineering; Medical needle functionalized by ultrasound
14.30 Break
14.45 Tarvainen; Medical imaging; Imaging with light and sound
15.15 Catheline; Acoustics / Medical Imaging; Wave experiments in soft tissues and membranes
15.45 Break
16.00 deRosny; Acoustics; Localization of scatterers on elastic plates
16.30 Discussion

The abstracts of the presentations are available here (pdf).

This workshop is supported by the Institut Français de Finlande, the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, and the Finnish Society of Science and Letters within the Maupertuis 2021 framework to strengthen bilateral cooperation in science, innovation, and higher education between researchers in France and Finland, and by the Academy of Finland research project “Seismic surface wave focal spot imaging”, decision number 322421.

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