The workshop program is outlined below, and a detailed program with practical information and abstracts is available here.

Wednesday, 6. April 2016

Speaker etc.
Talk title
08:30 Registration
09:00 Welcome
Building 101, room S09
09:05 Mini tutorial:
Klaus Mosegaard
Computational Bayesian Inversion
10:00 Coffee break
10:15 Mini tutorial, part II
11:15 Ville Rimpiläinen Bayesian approximation error approach in electroencephalography source imaging
11:45 Lunch
13:00 Joost Batenburg Towards Real-Time Tomography
14:00 Holger Kohr ODL - a rapid prototyping framework for inverse problems
14:30 Elena Loli Piccolomini A Limited Memory BFGS method for a nonlinear inverse problem in digital breast tomosynthesis
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Martin Burger Motion-Corrected Dynamic Tomography
16:30 Simon Hubmer Inverse Problems and MRAI - Mapping the Pulse Wave Velocity
17:00 Welcome reception & poster session

Poster session (17:00-18:30)

Poster title
Hari Om Aggrawal A Convex Model for X-ray Tomographic Imaging with Uncertain Flat-fields
Michael Andersen CT Reconstruction using Deformable Mesh with Explicit Interface
Leise Borg Characterisation of Artifacts in a Special Limited-angle Tomography Problem
Tatiana Alessandra Bubba A Nonsmooth Shearlet-based Regularization Approach for the ROI CT Problem
Alessandro Buccini On Nonstationary Preconditioned Iterative Regularization Methods for Image Deblurring
Guozhi Dong Infinite Dimensional Optimization Models and PDEs for Dejittering
Rasmus Dalgas Kongskov Directional Total Variation Regularized CT-Reconstruction
Heyndrickx Marjolein Improving the Reconstruction of Dynamic Processes by Including Prior Knowledge
Elena Morotti Variational models for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
Ekaterina Sherina Comparison of a CGO-based Reconstruction Method and an Iterative Newton’s Method for Electrical Impedance Tomography
Andrea Sorrentino Soft X-ray Transmission Microscopy at Mistral
Anna Katharina Trull Quantitative Optical Tomographic Image Reconstruction with High Numerical Aperture Lenses
Defne Us Optimization of an Axial PEM Design

Thursday, 7. April 2016

Speaker etc.
Talk title
09:00 Thorsten Hohage Phase retrieval and phase contrast tomography: uniqueness, stability, and reconstruction methods
10:00 Alexandra Koulouri Reconstruction of electric fields with non-zero divergence in a homogeneous domain using vector tomography
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Ronny Ramlau Inverse Problems in Adaptive Optics
11:45 Lunch
13:00 James G. Nagy Computational Approaches in Spectral CT
14:00 Chong Chen Shape Based Image Reconstruction Using Linearized Deformations
14:30 Mirko Salewski Velocity-space tomography in magnetized fusion plasmas
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Rajmund Mokso The limitations of classical reconstruction tools applied to time resolved tomography
16:15 Break
16:30 Social activities
19:00 Workshop dinner

Friday, 8. April 2016

Speaker etc.
Talk title
09:00 Armin Lechleiter Variations of the factorization method for penetrable media
10:00 Henrik Garde The Monotonicity Method for EIT with Electrode Models
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Ye Zhang An adaptive sparse regularization approach to gas tomography
11:15 Jeroen Kalkman Challenges and opportunities in optical tomography
11:45 Lunch
13:00 Martin Hanke-Bourgeois Small volume asymptotics for elliptic equations and their use in impedance tomography
14:00 Ruming Zhang The reconstruction of obstacles in a waveguide using finite elements
14:30 Coffee break
15:00 Samuli Siltanen Dynamic sparse X-ray tomography
16:00 Closing