Minisymposia

Title: Inverse obstacle scattering problems: Theory and numerical methods
Organizer(s): Yongzhi Steve Xu, University of Louisville
Jun Zou, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Speakers: Roland Potthast, University of Reading
On duality relations between reconstruction methods in inverse scattering theory

Olha Ivanyshyn, Technical University Darmstadt (speaker), co-author; Rainer Kress, University of Goettingen Technical University Darmstadt
Inverse scattering for surface impedance from phase-less far field data

Xudong Chen, National University of Singapore (speaker), co-author; Xiuzhu Ye, National University of Singapore
Subspace-based optimization method in solving inverse scattering problems involving perfectly electric conductors

Hyeonbae Kang, Department of Mathematics, Inha University
Generalized polarization tensors and approximate cloaking

Weidong Zhu, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Detection of Damage in Structures Using Changes in Natural Frequencies

Jiguang Sun, Delaware State University
Estimation of Dirichlet and transmission eigenvalues from near field Cauchy data

Gang Bao and Hai Zhang (speaker), Michigan State University, co-author; Jun Zou, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Unique determination of bi-periodic polyhedron gratings by scattered electromagnetic waves

Yongzhi Steve Xu, University of Louisville
Inverse obstacle scattering problems in an essentially stratified medium

Bo Zhang, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences(Cancelled)
Abstract: This mini-symposium provides a mini-platform for 8 active researchers working on inverse obstacle scattering problems to exchange their recent progresses on both theory, numerical methods and applications in the field.

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