Inverse Problems Seminar of the Pacific Northwest

                        Spring Meeting, 2000

                                                           Oregon State University

                                                                                  Corvallis, Oregon

kidder hall(Kidder Hall)

Save the weekend of June 3-4 for the second  annual  meeting of the Inverse
Problems Seminar of the Pacific Northwest. This year, the meeting is hosted
by the Department of Mathematics at Oregon State University.

Program:  Confirmed speakers include:

Location:  Talks are in Kidder Hall 350 (link to campus map below). Coffee will be in Kidder Hall 302.


 Click on a highlighted title to see an abstract.
Saturday , June 3

  10:30 Coffee
  11:30 Carlos Berenstein (University of Maryland)
"Localization of the 2-d Radon Transform, a paradox?"
  12:30 Lunch
  14:30 Eldad Haber (UBC Geophysics)
"On Optimization Techniques for Solving Nonlinear Inverse Problems - Application to 3D Electromagnetics"
  15:30 Coffee
  16:15 Contributed Talks
Click here to see the list of speakers
Sunday, June 4

  09:00 Coffee
  09:30 John Sylvester (University of Washington)
"Layer Stripping"
  11:00 Jodi Mead (OSU Oceanography)
"Inverse Methods in Physical Oceanography"


There will be a no-host dinner Saturday at 7:00 PM
Big River Restaurant
101 NW Jackson Ave, Corvallis


There are a few openings for 20 minute contributed talks. If you are interested
in giving a contributed talk please send email to  Adel Faridani or David Finch.

Links for travel and accomodation

The purpose of the Inverse Problems Seminar of the Pacific Northwest is foster communication among mathematicians and other scientists  in the northwest region who work on inverse problems. It is sponsored by the University of Washington and Oregon State University, with support from the National Science Foundation.