Inverse Problems Group is supporting the initiative "Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013" by organizing the conference "New Trends in Regularization theory and methods for Geomathematical problems" at the Centre de Recerca Matematica, Spain, together with Geomathematics Group, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany, Geomathematics Group, University of Siegen, Germany, and Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.
Erwin Karer has successfully defended his PhD thesis "Subspace Correction Methods for Linear Elasticity" on December 19th, 2011.
Created: December 13, 2011
Jan Vybiral has successfully defended his habilitation thesis "Decomposition methods and their applications in the theory of function spaces" on December 5th, 2011 at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany.
Created: September 16, 2011
Monday, 17. Oct. 2011: Dedication of the new supercomputer MACH, a joint-venture of the Universities of Innsbruck and Linz.
Created: September 09, 2011
RICAM has moved into a new location: Science Park, Building 2, Altenberger Strasse 69, 4040 Linz (Photos). Also the group "Mathematical Methods in Molecular and Systems Biology" has moved and is now located at Apostelgasse 23, 1030 Vienna.
The article "Three-dimensional acoustic scattering by complex obstacles: the accuracy issue" by M F Ben Hassen, O Ivanyshyn and M Sini, that appeared in Inverse Problems has been selected as one of the journal's "Highlights 2010"; it can be read freely until the end of 2011 via the link: Highlights 2010
Created: July 08, 2011
The article "Morozov's discrepancy principle for Tikhonov-type functionals with nonlinear operators" by Stephan Anzengruber and Ronny Ramlau, that appeared in Inverse Problems has been selected as one of the journal's "Highlights 2010"; it can be read freely until the end of 2011 via the link: Highlights 2010
Created: April 01, 2011
Massimo Fornasier has accepted a call to a full professorship at TU Munich (from April 1, 2011). He will remain associated with RICAM to complete his START-project.
Created: March 21, 2011
Daniel Wachsmuth has been granted the FWF project: "FWF P23484 hp-FEM für Optimalsteuerungsprobleme" (09.03.2011).