Please join us at 1 PM on Friday via ZOOM to hear Dr. Fatma Terzioglu speak on....
Introduction to Inverse Problems and Imaging
Contact Kristen Roland (rolandke) or Nadun Dissanayake (nadunkul) for the ZOOM information.
Abstract: The field of inverse problems and imaging lies at the forefront of scientific inquiry and technological development. In many cases, solving an inverse problem requires the development of analytical and/or computational techniques that take measurement data about an unknown object of interest as input and produce, for example, an image of the unknown object. The talk will introduce mathematics as well as applications of inverse problems and imaging.
Dr. Fatma Terzioglu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, NC State University. She was a W. H. Kruskal Instructor in the Department of Statistics and CCAM at the University of Chicago from 2018 - 2021. She received her PhD degree in mathematics in 2018 from Texas A&M University. Her research interests primarily lie in the fields of inverse problems and imaging, and applied harmonic analysis.