# Speakers

A. Duchkov (Purdue University)

Continuation in Seismic Migration and Migration Velocity analysis

A. Leitão (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina)

Kaczmarz methods for regularizing nonlinear ill-posed equations

A. Mercado (Universidad de Chile)

An Inverse Problem for the Tranmission Wave Equation

A. Osses (Universidad de Chile-Centro de Modelamiento Matematico-Dim)

Some global Carleman weights for inverse and controllability problems

A. Sá Barreto

Support Theorems for Radiation Fields

B. Siudeja (Purdue University)

Sharp bounds for the frequencies of the vibrating triangular membrane

C. Gomez (IMPA)

On the Inverse Problem for the Risk Premium in Stochastic Volatility Models

F. Blanco-Silva (Purdue University)

An Alternative Construction of Curvelets. Applications to Characterization of Regularity.

F. Guevara (Stanford University)

Electric Impedance Tomography With Resistor Networks

F.Natterer (Universitat Munster)

Wave equation imaging with reflectors

G. Alessandrini (University of Trieste)

Open Issues Of Stability In The Inverse Conductivity Problem

J. Bikowski (Colorado State University)

Back to the roots: 2D EIT reconstructions using Calderón’s method

J. Mueller (Colorado State University)

Cross-sectional human chest imaging by the D-bar method for electrical impedance tomography

J. Ortega (Universidad del Bío-Bío)

Some Geometrical Inverse Problems Arising In Fluid Mechanics

J. Puel (Université de Versailles)

Relations between some inverse problems for evolution equations and controllability results

J. Zubelli (IMPA)

A Survey of Inverse Problems and Techniques in the Biophysical Sciences

K. Ren (Columbia University)

Numerical algorithm for optical tomography with large data sets

L. Baudouin (Laboratoire Analyse et Architecture Des Systemes)

Inverse Problem For The Schrödinger Equation

M. Courdurier (University of Washington)

Image Reconstruction from Limited Angle Tomographic Data With a Priori Knowledge

M. de Hoop (Purdue University)

Inverse Scattering Of Seismic Data With The Generalized Radon Transform – Curvelets, Matrix Representation, Computation

M. Ikehata (Gunma University)

Virtual Signal in The Heat Equation and The Enclosure Method

M. Lassas (Helsinki University of Technology)

Counter examples in inverse problems and invisibility

O. Kavian (Université de Versailles)

Remarks on Unique Continuation Principle and Inverse Problems for Systems of Parabolic Equations

P. Stefanov (Purdue University)

Local Lens Rigidity Of A Class Of Riemannian Manifolds

R. Melrose (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Scattering by edges

S. McDowall (Western Washington University)

Optical tomography on simple Riemannian manifolds

S. Siltanen (Tampere University of Technology)

The d-bar reconstruction method in dimension two

V. Krishnan (University of Washington)

A Support Theorem For Geodesic Ray Transform On Real-Analytic Riemannian Manifolds

V. Serov (University of Oulu)

Inverse Born approximation for two-dimensional nonlinear Schrödinger operator

Y. Kurylev (Loughborough University)

Stability of boundary distance representation and reconstruction of Riemannian manifolds

X. Li (University of Washington)

Identification of viscosity in an incompressible fluid