May 23-27, 2011

Blocker Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

Dragon Curve

The AIP Conferences aim to provide a primary international forum for researchers working on applied inverse problems - ranging through mathematical modeling, analytic theories and methods, as well as computational algorithms and data inversion techniques. They are held every two years and are meant to be the comprehensive meeting for those interested in mathematical aspects of the subject from an applications viewpoint. This meeting is also serving as the second Inverse Problems International Association (IPIA) conference.

An estimate of the scientific scope and range of the conference can be infered from the IPIA web site and the scope of the journal Inverse Problems.

Each conference presents invited talks by international experts as well as a sequence of minisymposia on topics of current interest and contributed papers. The venues are chosen to encourage strong interaction between the participants.

This upcoming conference is the sixth in the series. Previous venues have been: Montecatini (2001), Lake Arrowhead, California (2003), Cirencester, UK (2005), Vancouver (2007) and Vienna (2009).


Questions about conference and logistical support, please contact: Cara Barton.

For more information on the Conference's content,
please contact: William Rundell.

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