B. Hofmann, U. Tautenhahn and L.v. Wolfersdorf interesting scientific discussions and for the exchange of ideas for the research in the field of inverse and ill-posed problems. It was a great pleasure to us that we could arrange the symposium as a Seminarkolleg of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Bonn (Germany). The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation sponsored the symposium, in particular the active attendance and the interchange of ideas of young scientists from all parts of Germany. We thank the Alexander von Humboldt foundation for this kind financial support. Humboldt Fellows giving a couple of main talks played an important role in the symposium. We are also very grateful to the Saxon State Ministry of Science and Art, Dresden (Germany), for providing financial support for participants from Eastern Europe. 2. THE PROGRAM The program of the symposium was subdivided into eight sessions. For the 29 participants from six countries there have been presented 25 lectures: 1. Bruckner, G. (Weierstrass-Institute of Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Berlin, Germany): On the determination of soil permeability 2. Briihl, M. (University of Karlsruhe, Germany): An inexact Gauss - Newton method for electrical impedance tomography 3. Cavaterra, C. (University of Milano, Italy): An inverse
Journal of Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1997
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