Murio Addresses Conference
'Mathematical sciences professor Diego A. Murio was invited to be the featured speaker at the Fifth International Conference on Inverse Problems in Engineering: Theory and Practice.
Mathematical sciences professor Diego A. Murio was invited to be the featured speaker at the Fifth International Conference on Inverse Problems in Engineering: Theory and Practice. Held in July at the University of Cambridge’s Clare College in the United Kingdom, the event was organized with support from the London Mathematical Society, EPSRC and the Royal Society, the Institute of Physics, the American Institute of Chemical Engineering, the British Computing Society, the American Society for Engineering Education, the Engineering Conferences International, the Engineering Conferences Worldwide, Physics Today, Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering,
and The Journal of Inverse and Ill Posed Problems.
He also chaired a morning session on heat and mass transfer and published an invited paper titled "Some Inverse Problems in Systems of Nonlinear Parabolic Equations" in the Proceedings of the Conference.
Diego said of the event, “The conference brought together more than 200 international researchers from various fields with a common interest in inverse problems. It emphasized a broad range of deterministic, statistical, mathematical, computational and experimental approaches that can be applied to the solution of inverse problems in areas such as acoustics, elasticity, electromagnetism, fluid and solid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, optics, and porous media. The refereed papers included in the three volumes of the proceedings are of exceptionally high standard and continue to bring to the attention of the community new ideas in the field of inverse problems in science and engineering.
The fifth conference was a continuation of the series initiated in Palm Coast, Florida, in 1993, continued in Le Croisic, France in 1996, Port Ludlow, Washington State in 1999, and Angra dos Reis, Brazil in 2002. The sixth international conference will be held in Paris, France, in 2008.”
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