Speakers and Topics
Three series of lectures are given by
 Michael
Vogelius, Department of Mathematics,
Rutgers University:
Small electromagnetic inhomogeneities and scattering vs. nonscattering wavenumbers for the Helmholtz equation .  Roland
Griesmaier, Institute for Applied and
Numerical Mathematics, Karlsruhe Institute
of Technology:
Inverse source problems: support reconstruction, uncertainty principles, and stability.  Mikko
Salo, Department of Mathematics and
Statistics, University of Jyväskylä:
Geometric inverse problem
 Steen Markvorsen, Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, DTU
 Kim Knudsen, Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, DTU
About
IPwin2021 is a virtual winter school and workshop
at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) on the
topic of inverse problems in partial
differential equations and geometry. The
winter school aims to give participants an
introduction to modern and hot topics in
inverse problems based on three series of
embedded lectures given by internationally
recognized researchers.
In the light of the Coronavirus pandemic the
winter school is organized as a virtual event meaning that lectures will be given remotely and
transmitted via Zoom.
While the winter school targets junior researchers, i.e. PhD
students, late MSc students, and postdocs,
all interested people are very welcome to
join. Note that all participants must register through the link below.
For interested participants the winter school is a DTU PhD course: 02970 Inverse Problems in Partial Differential Equations and Geometry, DTU course page for 2.5 ECTS. In order to obtain a course diploma students must by the end of the course submit a learning diary with reflections and solutions to particular problems. The assessment of the course is based on this diary.
Tentative program
Time  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 

9.00 AM  Michael Vogelius Lecture slides 1 Exercises 
Michael Vogelius Lecture slides 2 Exercises 
Michael Vogelius Lecture slides 2 
Workshop Book of abstracts 

9.30 AM  9.45 AM: Welcome  
10.00 AM  Steen Markvorsen: Introduction to Geometry Lecture slides Slides w/ animat. Exercises 

10.30 AM  Coffee break  Coffee break  Coffee break  
11.00 AM  Roland Griesmaier Lecture slides Exercises Matlab files 
Roland Griesmaier  Roland Griesmaier  
11.30 AM  
12.00 PM  Lunch break  
12.30 PM  Lunch break  Lunch break  Lunch break  Lunch break  
1.00 PM  Kim Knudsen: Intro to PDEs Lecture slides Exercises 

1.30 PM  Mikko Salo Lecture notes 
Mikko Salo  Mikko Salo  Workshop  
2.00 PM  
2.30 PM  Break  
3.00 PM  Pitch session for all participants 
Exercises  Exercises  Exercises  
3.30 PM  
4.00 PM  Exercises  Friday bar  
4.30 PM  
5.00 PM 