The two-day Chemnitz Symposium on Inverse Problems was initiated by Bernd Hofmann in 2002 and has taken place annually since then, both in Chemnitz and various ‘on tour’ locations around the world. The emphasis is on the mathematical analysis of ill-posedness phenomena in theory and practice of inverse problems. As such, the symposium covers topics from regularization theory in the statistical and deterministic framework to applications including, but not limited to, image processing, medical imaging, and parameter identification problems.
|Date||September 27-28, 2018 (Thu-Fri)
(Time schedule will be approximately from Thursday 9:00 a.m. to Friday 3:30 p.m.)
|Location||The conference will take place in downtown Chemnitz at a small conference center ( pentagon3 ) across the Stadthallenpark from the conference hotel, both in walking distance from the main train station.|
|Scientific topics||Our symposium seeks to bring together experts from the German and international 'Inverse Problems Community' and young scientists. The focus is on ill-posedness phenomena, regularization theory and practice, and on the analytical, numerical, and stochastic treatment of applied inverse problems from natural sciences, engineering, and finance.|
Martin Burger (University of Münster, Germany)
Per Christian Hansen (DTU Compute, Denmark)
Shuai Lu (Fudan University, Shanghai, China)
Otmar Scherzer (University of Vienna, Austria)
|Contributions|| Talks: 25 minutes (including discussion)|
We will provide laptop and data projector for the presentation.
|Conference fee|| Early bird: 125 EUR / Late registration: 150 EUR
The conference fee includes the conference dinner, the excursion, as well as tea, coffee, and snacks during breaks.
You will receive detailed information concerning bank transfer with the confirmation mail you receive after registration.
You are not officially registered before we have received the conference fee.
|Excursion||The excursion is scheduled for Thursday afternoon. We will visit the Saxon Museum of Industry in Chemnitz and explore the role of the city as a center of industry in Saxony and its connection to the social and economical history of Saxony.|
Bernd Hofmann (Chemnitz, Germany)
Peter Mathé (Berlin, Germany)
Sergei V. Pereverzyev (Linz, Austria)
Masahiro Yamamoto (Tokyo, Japan)
|Local Organization||O. Ernst, B. Hofmann, D. Gerth, J. Flemming, R. Unger, A.-K. Glanzberg, K. Seidel, J. Hilber|