Session Code: I

Minisymposium Title: Inverse Problems in Materials Science

Minisymposium Description: This minisymposium focuses on inverse problems arising in estimating the constitutive parameters of a material (e.g. its conductivity) from indirect measurements (e.g. the voltage and current on the boundary of the material). Inverse problems have many applications such as nondestructive testing, medical imaging, and climate change. The goal of this minisymposium is to highlight a broad spectrum of research results on applications of inverse problems to material sciences.

Minisymposium Organizer: Andrew E. Thaler, Fernando Guevara Vasquez, University of Utah, USA, Maxence Cassier

Graeme W. Milton, University of Utah, USA-New Methods for Imaging
Ru-Yu Lai-Increasing Stability for Inverse Problems
Hoai-Minh Nguyen-On the discreteness of the interior transmission eigenvalues
Kenneth M. Golden, University of Utah, USA-Inverse Problems for Sea Ice
Shari Moskow, Drexel University, USA-Homogenization of a Transmission Problem
Elena Cherkaev, University of Utah, USA-Inverse Problem for the Structure of Composite Materials
Andrew E. Thaler-Exact Determination of the Volume of An Inclusion in a Body with Constant Shear Modulus
Patrick Bardsley-Least Squares Phase Retrieval for Intensity-Only Measurements
Hoang Loc Nguyen-Rigorous Reconstruction of Inverse Scattering Problem Without Phase Information
Maxence Cassier-Imaging Polarizable Dipoles
Mark Hubenthal-Active Control for the Helmholtz Equation by Almost Non-Radiating Solutions
Michal Kordy-Model Order Reduction for Multi-Frequency Electromagnetic Inverse Problem
Alexander Mamonov-Acoustic Imaging and Inversion Via Reduced Order Models

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