MS 04: Tomographic Reconstruction of Discontinuous Coefficients

Mon, 27 March, 2017, 16:30–18:30, Room: UC 202DH


Elena Beretta


Several methods have been proposed to reconstruct discontinuous coefficient in partial differential equations. Among these methods there are shape optimization techniques, sampling methods, topological gradient methods. In this minisymposium we consider aspects of convergence and stability of the parameter identification problem, as well as the convergence and stability of the reconstruction algorithm. This minisymposium aims at providing an interdisciplinary forum for experts in these fields.

List of speakers

Elisa Francini
Differentiability of the Dirichlet to Neumann map under movements of polygonal inclusions
Luca Rondi
Regularisation and discretisation for the Calderón problem
Giovanni Alberti
Disjoint sparsity for signal separation and applications to quantitative photoacoustic tomography
Andrea Manzoni
Numerical approximation of Bayesian Inverse Problems for PDEs by Reduced-Order Modeling techniques
Andrea Aspri
A linear elastic model to detect magma chamber
Luca Ratti
An inverse problem related to a nonlinear parabolic equation arising in electrophysiology of the heart