2nd Annual Dutch Inverse Problems Meeting

Following a very successful first meeting in 2021, the second installment was organized on 10-11 November 2022 in conference center De Werelt in Lunteren.

Publication date: 15-11-2022

Following a very successful first meeting in 2021, the second installment was organized on 10-11 November 2022 in conference center De Werelt in Lunteren.

The goal of the workshop was to provide an opportunity for researchers working on inverse problems in various disciplines to exchange ideas, identify open problems, and form new scientific collaborations. The program was split in two parts. On the first day, two masterclasses gave an in-depth overview of the theory of inverse problems and scientific computing. These were aimed primarily at PhD students, but were also attended by senior researchers. For the second day, we invited researchers from various disciplines to give an overview of current research surrounding inverse problems from both a theoretical and practical point of view. The meeting was attended by ca. 45 researchers of varying seniority and background. We saw many returning participants who attended last year, and new ones as well. It is clear that both masterclasses and the broad range of research talks are appealing to many researchers in the area of inverse problems and that bringing these together across disciplines leads to many new ideas and connections. We aim to organize the meeting again next year.

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