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Symposium on Inverse Problems: From experimental data to models and back

organized by the CRC 1294 Data Assimilation, the CRC 1456 Mathematics of Experiment, and the German-Speaking Inverse Problems Society (GIP).

September 19-21, 2022

Location: University of Potsdam - Campus Griebnitzsee

You can easily reach the location by public transport, bike or car. Helpful information can be found here.

Please click here to download the detailed program, the poster, or/and the conference book.

Overview:

The 2022 annual meeting of the German-Speaking Inverse Problems Society (GIP), also known as Chemnitz Symposium on Tour, will take place in Potsdam as part of the newly established Potsdam DA Days.
The scope of the conference includes all aspects of inverse problems. A particular focus of this workshop will be the modelling, mathematical analysis, and numerical treatment of experimental data. Scientists at an early stage of the career (PhD students, postdocs) are particularly encouraged to participate.

Information for participants:

For accepted talks: each talk is scheduled for 30 min. including discussion, so please prepare a talk for approximately 20 - 25 minutes.
For accepted posters: please bring your poster printed in format A0 (portrait) and leave it at the registration. For the poster lightening, please be prepared for a 1-2 minutes flash talk to introduce your poster.

Registration:

Registration is closed.
You are not officially registered before we have received the conference fee (deadline for transfer is July 31, 2022).
Regulary fee 150 €
Student fee 80 €

Deadlines and important dates:

June 30, 2022: Registration for talks/posters
July 15, 2022: Notification of accepted talks/posters
July 31, 2022: Transfer of the conference fee

Conference fee:

The conference fee includes tea, coffee, beverage as well as snacks, and Ice Breaker. You will find detailed information concerning bank transfer at the registration link.
Regulary fee 150 €
Student fee 80 €

Scientific committee:

Melina Freitag (Potsdam)
Thorsten Hohage (Göttingen)
Axel Munk (Göttingen)
Ronny Ramlau (Linz)
Sebastian Reich (Potsdam)
Markus Reiß (Berlin)

Local organizing committee:
Eva Hetzel (Göttingen)
Thorsten Hohage (Göttingen)
Norma Rahlfs-Rittmeier (Göttingen)
Sebastian Reich (Potsdam)
Lydia Stolpmann (Potsdam)