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Videos of "Inverse problems and imaging"

Are mathematics important in biomedical imaging?

by Habib Ammari (ENS)

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Are mathematics important in biomedical imaging? par Habib Ammari

 

The strengths and weaknesses of the optoacoustic method: is combining light and sound always beneficial ?

par Daniel Razansky (Technische Universität München)

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The strengths and weaknesses of the optoacoustic method: is combining light and sound always beneficial?, par Daniel Razansky

 

Photoacoustic Imaging with Coherent Light

par Emmanuel Bossy (Institut Langevin, ESPCI)

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Photoacoustic Imaging with Coherent Light, par Emmanuel Bossy from Contact FSMP on Vimeo.


Complementary media and its application for cloaking and superlensing

par Hoai-Minh Nguyen (Ecole Fédérale Polytechnique de Lausanne)

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Complementary media and its application for cloaking and superlensing, par Hoai-Minh Nguyen from Contact FSMP on Vimeo.

 

Global stability for coupled physics inverse problems. A case study

par Giovanni Alessandrini (Università di Trieste)

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Global stability for coupled physics inverse problems. A case study, par Giovanni Alessandrini from Contact FSMP on Vimeo.

 

Using multiple frequencies to satisfy local constraints in PDE and applications to hybrid problems

par Giovanni Alberti (Oxford University)

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Using multiple frequencies to satisfy local constraints in PDE and applications to hybrid problems, par Giovanni Alberti

 

Identification of a Robin coefficient for a simplified model of the respiratory tract

par Muriel Boulakia (LJLL)

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Identification of a Robin coefficient for a simplified model of the respiratory tract, par Muriel Boulakia

 

A mathematical model for ultrasonically-induced Lorentz force electric impedance tomography

par Laurent Seppecher (ENS)

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A mathematical model for ultrasonically-induced Lorentz force electric impedance tomography, par Laurent Seppecher