The field of Inverse Problems is meanwhile well established within the applied sciences, today's advances in hardware and algorithms allow to address complex real-world problems of inverse nature. They arise from pressing questions in - among others - medical and industrial applications as well as life and earth sciences.
The series of AIP Conferences aims to provide a primary international forum for researchers working on diverse aspects of applied inverse problems - ranging from mathematical modelling via functional analytic theories and methods towards computational approaches. Each conference presents invited talks by international experts as well as a sequence of minisymposia on topics of current interest. The venues are chosen to encourage a strong interaction between the participants.
The AIP conference is held every two years at alternating locations, hosting places so far have been Montecatini (2001), Lake Arrowhead, California (2003), Cirencester, UK Cotswold region (2005) and Vancouver (2007). The fifth conference will take place in Vienna from July 20th to 24th in 2009.
The US Office of Naval Research has now awarded a grant for partial funding for US participants at this conference. Priority will be given to early career (with ten years of Ph.D.) participants but more experienced researchers may also receive partial funding. Travel reimbursement for transatlantic flights will be for travel on US carriers only. Application for funding can be made at the time of registration for the conference, by downloading from the conference website and completing the reimbursement request form, or by filling out the form during the first three days of the conference. The forms can be turned in via the web by firstname.lastname@example.org or at the conference registration desk. Decisions for funding allocation will be made by a committee chaired by Joyce McLaughlin with notification within the two weeks following the conference.
If possible, bring your own laptop.
WLAN access available all over the university campus (get your access code at the registration desk).
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