About Applied Inverse Problems conferenceInverse problems arise from the need to interpret indirect measurements. Such situations are common in many application areas such as medical imaging, nondestructive testing, underground prospecting, astronomical imaging, remote sensing, image processing, and data mining. Scientific research of inverse problems is multidisciplinary and involves for example mathematics, physics, engineering and signal processing.
The Applied Inverse Problems (AIP) conference series is the premier scientific meeting of the field, organized by Inverse Problems International Association (IPIA) every two years. The upcoming conference is the eigth in the series. Previous venues have been:
2013 Daejeon, South Korea • 2011 College Station, Texas • 2009 Vienna, Austria • 2007 Vancouver, Canada • 2005 Cirencester, United Kingdom • 2003 Lake Arrowhead, California • 2001 Montecatini, Italy
Contact the organization committee
Finnish Inverse Problems Society
Samuli Siltanen (Suomen inversioseura ry)
PL 68 (Gustaf Hällströmin katu 2b)
Helsingin yliopisto, 00014