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Multi-physics Inverse Problems and Internal Functionals

Bal, G (Columbia University)
Wednesday 24 August 2011, 09:45-10:30

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


Hybrid (multi-physics) inverse problems aim at combining the high contrast of one imaging modality (such as e.g. Electrical Impedance Tomography or Optical Tomography in medical imaging) with the high resolution of another modality (such as e.g. based on ultrasound or magnetic resonance). Mathematically, these problems often take the form of inverse problems with internal information. This talk will review several results of uniqueness and stability obtained recently for such inverse problems.


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