Registration for The Tenth Jubilee Conference “Inverse Problems: Modeling and Simulation” to be held on May 22-28, 2022, will open in early September 2021. The early bird period will run through October 15, 2021. We have extended the early bird period this year to provide ample time for all participants to evaluate the travel.


All participants who have already registered for the IPMS2021 conference will be transferred to the IPMS2022 conference. These participants do not need to re-register through the conference registration web site again. Hotel room reservations will also be transferred, and then be adjusted according to the arrival and departure dates of each participant. To this end, they need to send flight details via e-mail to the Conference Team (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) before end of February 2022.

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Prof. Dr. Liliana Borcea

University of Michigan, USA

Inverse scattering in random media, Electro-magnetic inverse problems, Effective properties of composite materials, transport in high contrast, heterogeneous media

Prof. Dr. Bernd Hofmann

Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

Regularization of inverse and ill-posed problems

Prof. Dr. John C Schotland

Yale University, USA

Inverse problems with applications to imaging, Scattering theory, Waves in random media, Nano-scale optics, Coherence theory and quantum optics

Prof. Dr. Erkki Somersalo

Case Western Reserve University, USA

Computational and statistical inverse problems, Probabilistic methods for uncertainty quantification, Modeling of complex systems, Biomedical applications

Prof. Dr. Gunther Uhlmann

University of Washington, USA

Inverse problems and imaging, Partial differential equations, Microlocal analysis, Scattering theory

Prof. Dr. Jun Zou

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

Numerical solutions of electromagnetic Maxwell systems and interface problems, inverse and ill-posed problems, preconditioned and domain decomposition methods