Dear speakers and participants of the birthday workshop,
due to the fact that we just learned today that Upper Austria will be in lockdown
again from Monday due to the very high Covid numbers, we had to decide that the birthday
workshop unfortunately has to be cancelled (no hybrid version either).
We hope to reschedule the workshop for spring 2022. We will let you know as soon as we know more.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Birthday‐Workshop Sergei Pereverzyev
November 23-24, 2021
Mourad Sini (RICAM, Austria)
The aim of the workshop is to honor our friend and colleague Sergei Pereverzyev for his outstanding
career, his contributions to our scientific community and also to our own Institute, RICAM. We will
have talks from Sergei's friends, colleagues and students.
The idea is to provide a platform of exchange around Sergei's main mathematical topics in a friendly
and relaxed atmosphere. These topics include approximation theory, information-based complexity,
inverse problems and regularization theory with different applications such as statistical learning
and data driven modelling.
Sergei V. Pereverzyev is Professor and Senior Fellow in Research Group "Inverse Problems"
of the Radon Institute.
He is the second recipient of the International Prize for Achievement in Information-Based Complexity (2000),
and the inventor of a patented innovation in diabetes technology (2019). He is also the author of two
monographs, over one hundred scholarly articles and serves as a member of editorial boards of such
international journals as Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis, Journal of Complexity, Computational
Methods in Applied Mathematics, International Journal on Geomathematics, Journal of Diabetes & Metabolism,
Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics. He was principal investigator and person in charge of
several research projects granted by research programs FP7 and Horizon-2020, the Austrian Science Fund (FWF),
the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) and the German Research Foundation (DFG).