- Event time: 11:30am
- Event date: 19th April 2016
- Speaker: Joshua Hellier (Formerly School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Edinburgh)
- Location: Room 2511, James Clerk Maxwell Building (JCMB) James Clerk Maxwell Building Peter Guthrie Tait Road Edinburgh EH9 3FD GB
It is often the case, both in science and the real world, that we wish to recover information about a system in a somewhat "indirect" manner (for example, when we use x-rays or acoustics to examine the innards of objects). This information recovery typically takes the form of solving an Inverse Problem. In this talk, I will attempt to define what an Inverse Problem is, why they can be tricky to solve (or, more appropriately, "solve"), and discuss some common methods to circumvent these difficulties.
This is a weekly series of webinars on theoretical aspects of Condensed Matter, Biological, and Statistical Physics. It is open to anyone interested in research in these areas..