Inverse Problems

Guillaume Bal
Applied Mathematics

Applied mathematics, partial differential equations with random coefficients, theory of inverse problems

Simon J. L. Billinge
Materials Science & Engineering

Amorphous and nanostructured pharmaceuticals and molecular materials, methods for solving the nanostructure problem, nanoscale fluctuations in exotic electronic materials, nanostructured materials for energy and environmental remediation, software for complex modeling and nanostructure determination

Pierre-David Létourneau
Applied Mathematics

Applied mathematics, mathematical physics, multiple scattering, waves in inhomogeneous and random media, computational wave propagation, numerical analysis

I. Cevdet Noyan
Materials Science and Engineering

Characterization and modeling of mechanical and micromechanical deformation; residual stress analysis and nondestructive testing; x-ray and neutron diffraction, microdiffraction analysis

 


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