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Yves Capedeboscq 's symposium and courses

Yves Capdeboscq (University of Oxford), laureate of the 2013 Junior Chair of the FSMP and welcomed at the LJLL, will organize a 20-hour course and a symposium during his stay in Paris.

Problèmes inverses hybrides: the course

The course of Yves Capdeboscq will propose during his Junior Chair stay is entitled Hybrid inverse problems. It will take place in one of the adjoining room of the Collège de France (3 rue d’Ulm, Paris 5e) from 9 to 11 am on:

- Tuesday 21st of January 2014

- Friday 24th of January 2014

- Tuesday  28th of January 2014

- Friday 31st of January 2014,

- Tuesday 4th of February 2014

- Friday 7th of February 2014.

- Tuesday 11th of February 2014

- Friday 14th of February 2014

- Tuesday 18th of February 2014

- Friday 21st of February 2014


Click here to watch the videos of the lectures.

Inverse Problems and Imaging : the symposium

He also organizes a symposium called Inverse problems and Imaging which will be held on February 12th and 13th at the IHP (Room 01) 

Are programmed:

Wednesday 12th of February

1:20 p.m.  Are mathematics important in biomedical imaging?, by Habib Ammari (ENS)

2:45 p.m. The strengths and weaknesses of the optoacoustic method: is combining light and sound always beneficial ?, by Daniel Razanski (Technische Universität München)

4:10 p.m. Photoacoustic Imaging with Coherent Light, by Emmanuel Bossy (Institut Langevin, ESPCI)


Thursday 13th of February

9:20 a.m.  Complementary media and its application for cloaking and superlensing, by Hoai-Minh Nguyen (Ecole Fédérale Polytechnique de Lausanne)

10:40 a.m.   Global stability for coupled physics inverse problems. A case study, by Giovanni Alessandrini (Università di Trieste)

1:00 p.m.   Using multiple frequencies to satisfy local constraints in PDE and applications to hybrid problems, by Giovanni Alberti (Oxford University)

2:15 p.m .   Identification of a Robin coefficient for a simplified model of the respiratory tract, by Muriel Boulakia (LJLL)

3:45 p.m. A mathematical model for ultrasonically-induced Lorentz force electric impedance tomography, by Laurent Seppecher (ENS)