International PhD course on Inverse Problems with Applications in Tomography and Imaging – Københavns Universitet

International PhD course on Inverse Problems with Applications in Tomography and Imaging

Background

Inverse problems are a class of problems in science and engineering, where one wants to determine phenomena that can only be measured by observing indirect effects. Such problems appear for instance in Tomography (CT), where the inner structure of a 3D object (e.g. a patient in medical CT or a crystal sample in materials science) is to be reconstructed from 2D projections. Inverse problems likewise occur in computer vision, such as in the reconstruction of the scene and camera motion from multiple views. This course will give a basic introduction to the mathematical and computational aspects of inverse problems, supplied with case studies in the form of applications from tomography, computer vision and bioimaging.

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