11th Applied Inverse Problems Conference in Göttingen, Germany

September 4-8, 2023 

Dear Friends and Collegues, 

It was a great honor for us to host AIP 2023 in Göttingen! We look back on an exciting and very successful week. Thank you to everyone who enriched our conference with their contributions and participation!

The AIP 2023 in numbers:
532 participants
501 presentations
25 posters
12 plenary talks
2 Calderón price award winners
5992 cups of coffee

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Photos by Markus Osterhoff and Jennifer Mathias 

On Applied Inverse Problems Conferences

Inverse Problems deal with the reconstruction of quantities of interest from indirect observations. They occur in medical imaging, non-destructive testing, geophysical exploration, astrophysical imaging, many high-resolution microscopy techniques, data mining, finance, econometrics, and other fields. Research on inverse problems combines techniques from mathematical analysis, differential geometry, numerical analysis, machine learning, image processing, scientific computing, and computer science. 

The AIP conferences are organized biannually since 2001 and have become the largest conference series in the field. The last meetings of this series took place in College Station, Texas (2011), Daejeon (2013), Helsinki (2015), Hangzhou (2017), and Grenoble (2019). 

The AIP 2023 conference was jointly organized by
Inverse Problems International Association (IPIA)
CRC 1456 Mathematics of Experiment: The challenge of indirect measurements in the natural sciences
RTG 2088 Discovering Structure in Complex Data

Plenary Speakers

Giovanni Alberti (U. Genoa)

Ali Feizmohammadi (U. Toronto)

Laurent Gizon (MPS Göttingen)

Colin Guillarmou (U. Paris-Saclay)

Houssem Haddar (INRIA Paris)

Richard Nickl (U. Cambridge)

Gabriel Paternain (U. Cambridge)

Angkana Rüland (U. Bonn)

Yiran Wang (Emory U.)

Jingni Xiao (Drexel U.)

Xiang Xu (Zhejiang U.)

Organizing Team 

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