The Radon Institute of Computational and Applied Mathematics in Linz, Austria, is organizing a conference on the 100th anniversary of the publication of the famous paper “Über die Bestimmung von Funktionen durch ihre Integralwerte längs gewisser Mannigfaltigkeiten” in Berichte über die Verhandlungen der Königlich-Sächsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig. Mathematisch-Physische Klasse, Band 69, 1917, Seiten 262–277, of the name giver of the institute, Johann Radon.

The conference will take place from March, 27th to March, 31st, 2017 at Johannes Kepler University of Linz.

Overview

The conference provides an historical exposition of the field of Radon transforms as well as highlighting recent trends.

General Information

Download the Book of Abstracts [pdf] and the Schedule [pdf].

Scientific Committee

  • Simon Arridge (UCL London)
  • Heinz W. Engl (RICAM)
  • Peter Kuchment (Texas A & M)
  • Alfred K. Louis (Saarbrücken)
  • Frank Natterer (Münster)
  • Todd Quinto (Tufts)
  • Ronny Ramlau (RICAM)
  • Otmar Scherzer (RICAM)

Coordinators

  • José A. Iglesias Martínez
  • Kamran Sadiq

Office

  • Annette Weihs, RICAM, Austria

Contact

Contact

Office:

Annette Weihs

Email: radon100(at)ricam.oeaw.ac.at

Tel.: ++43 (0)732 2468 5233
Fax: ++43 (0)732 2468 5212

Address:

Johann Radon Institut (RICAM)
Altenberger Str. 69
4040 Linz
Austria

Accommodation

Accommodation

Members of the Scientific Committee and Plenary Speakers:

Our secretary will reserve a room for you at the Sommerhaus Hotel very close to the RICAM.

Regular participants and Minisymposium Organizers & Speakers:

We made a provisional reservation of single and double rooms on special terms (single room: € 48 per night and double room € 78 per night) at the Sommerhaus Hotel (fully booked since Feb 28th 2017) very close to the RICAM. The hotel grants the special terms for reservations until 28 February 2017 and the reservation has to be done by yourself via e-mail or fax.

Please mention that you are participant of the Radon100 conference with your reservation to receive the special terms.


Hotels

Touristic Sites

If you need help please contact radon100(at)ricam.oeaw.ac.at

Program

Program

Downloads:

Conference Rooms:

Plenary talks: UC 202G

Mon, March 27
08:30–09:30Registration (UC 201)
09:30–10:00

Opening (UC 202G)

Karl Kunisch, RICAM (Managing Scientific Director) & University of Graz
Meinhard Lukas, Johannes Kepler University Linz (Rector)
Heinz Engl, RICAM (Founding Director) & University of Vienna (Rector)

10:00–10:45Plenary Talk: Karl Sigmund
Johann Radon (1887–1956)
10:45–11:00Coffee Break
11:00–11:45Plenary Talk: Gregory Beylkin
Radon transform and functions bandlimited in a disk
11:45–13:30Lunch
13:30–15:30

Minisymposia in parallel sessions:

  • MS 01: Atmospheric tomography in adaptive optics
    Organizers: Tapio Helin and Daniela Saxenhuber
    Room: UC 202DH
 
  • MS 02: Discrete Tomography
    Organizer: Andreas Alpers
    Room: UC 202G
 
  • MS 03: Recent Developments on Inverse Scattering Problems
    Organizer: Gang Bao
    Room: SP2 416
 
15:45–16:30Coffee Break
16:30–18:30

Minisymposia in parallel sessions:

  • MS 04: Tomographic Reconstruction of Discontinuous Coefficients
    Organizer: Elena Beretta
    Room: UC 202DH
 
  • MS 05: Analytic and Numerical Aspects of Radon Transforms
    Organizers: Todd Quinto and Peter Kuchment
    Room: UC 202G
 
  • MS 06: Inverse problems in optical imaging
    Organizer: John C. Schotland
    Room: SP2 416
 
Tue, March 28
09:00–09:45Plenary Talk: Michel Defrise
Simultaneous estimation of attenuation and activity in positron tomography

Slides (PDF-File, 3.1MB)

09:45–10:00Coffee Break
10:00–10:45Plenary Talk: Christine De Mol
Nonnegative Matrix Factorization and Applications

Slides (PDF-File, 5.9MB)

10:45–11:00Coffee Break
11:00–11:45Plenary Talk: Gabor Herman
Superiorized Inversion of the Radon Transform

Slides (PDF-File, 510KB)

11:45–13:30Lunch
13:30–15:30

Minisymposium:

  • MS 07: Analytic Aspects of Radon Transforms
    Organizers: Todd Quinto and Peter Kuchment
    Room: UC 202G
 
15:45–16:30Coffee and Poster Presentation (UC 202EF)
16:30–18:30

Minisymposia in parallel sessions:

  • MS 08: Linear and non-linear tomography in non Euclidean geometries
    Organizers: Plamen Stefanov, Francois Monard, and Gunther Uhlmann
    Room: UC 202DH
 
  • MS 09: Cone/Compton transforms and their applications
    Organizers: Gaik Ambartsoumian and Fatma Terzioglu
    Room: UC 202G
 
  • MS 10: Vector and tensor tomography: advances in theory and applications
    Organizer: Thomas Schuster
    Room: SP2 416
 
Wed, March 29
09:00–09:45Plenary Talk: Roman Novikov
Non-abelian Radon transform and its applications

Slides (PDF-File, 133KB)

09:45–10:00Coffee Break
10:00–10:45Plenary Talk: Gaik Ambartsoumian
The broken-ray transform and its generalizations

Slides (PDF-File, 2.4MB)

10:45–11:00Coffee Break
11:00–11:45Plenary Talk: Gunther Uhlmann
Travel time tomography and generalized Radon transforms

Slides (PDF-File, 4.5MB)

11:45–13:30Lunch
14:40Excursion:
Meeting point is at Ars Electronica Center near tram station stop Rudolfstrasse
15:00Ars Electronica Center: guided highlights tour
Thu, March 30
09:00–09:45Plenary Talk: Alexander Katsevich
Reconstruction algorithms for a class of restricted ray transforms without added singularities
09:45–10:00Coffee Break
10:00–10:45Plenary Talk: Victor Palamodov
New reconstructions from the Compton camera data

Slides (PDF-File, 683KB)

10:45–11:00Coffee Break
11:00–11:45Plenary Talk: Guillaume Bal
Stability estimates in inverse transport theory

Slides (PDF-File, 1.5MB)

11:45–13:30Lunch
13:30–15:30

Minisymposium:

  • MS 11: Applications of the Radon Transform
    Organizer: Simon Arridge
    Room: UC 202G
 
15:45–16:30Coffee and Poster Presentation (UC 202EF)
16:30–18:30

Minisymposia in parallel sessions:

  • MS 12: Numerical microlocal analysis
    Organizers: Marta Betcke and Jürgen Frikel
    Room: UC 202DH
 
  • MS 13: Radon-type transforms: Basis for Emerging Imaging
    Organizers: Bernadette Hahn and Gaël Rigaud
    Room: UC 202G
 
  • MS 14: Theory and numerical methods for inverse problems and tomography
    Organizer: Michael V. Klibanov
    Room: SP2 416
 
Fri, March 31
09:00–09:45Plenary Talk: Frank Natterer
Wave equation imaging by the Kaczmarz method

Slides (PDF-File, 3.9MB)

09:45–10:00Coffee Break
10:00–10:45Plenary Talk: Leonid Kunyansky
Rotational Magneto-Acousto-Electric Tomography: Theory and Experiments

Slides (PDF-File, 4.9MB)

10:45–11:00Coffee Break
11:00–11:45Plenary Talk: Alfred K. Louis
Cone Beam Tomography - from Radon's Point of View
11:45–13:30Lunch
13:30–15:30

Minisymposia in parallel sessions:

  • MS 15: Towards Robust Tomography
    Organizer: Samuli Siltanen
    Room: UC 202DH
 
  • MS 16: Beyond filtered backprojection: Radon inversion with a priori knowledge
    Organizers: Martin Benning, Matthias J. Ehrhardt, and Carola Schönlieb
    Room: UC 202G
 
  • MS 17: Inverse problems for Radiative Transfer Equation and Broken Ray Approximation
    Organizers: Linh Nguyen and Markus Haltmeier
    Room: SP2 416
 
16:00–16:30Closing

Participants

Participants

NameAffiliation
Abhishek AnujTufts University, United States
Alaifari RimaETH Zürich, Seminar for Applied Mathematics, Switzerland
Alberti GiovanniUniversity of Genoa, Italy
Alpers AndreasTechnische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany
Ambartsoumian GaikThe University of Texas at Arlington, United States
Anastasio MarkWashington University in St. Louis, United States
Arridge SimonUniversity College London, United Kingdom
Aspri AndreaSapienza - Università di Roma (Rome), Italy
Auzinger GünterIndustrial Mathematics Institute / JKU Linz, Austria
Bal GuillaumeColumbia University, United States
Bao GangSchool of Mathematical Sciences, Zhejiang University, China
Bardsley PatrickUniversity of Texas at Austin, United States
Batenburg Kees JoostCWI, Netherlands
Beigl AlexanderRICAM, Austria
Benning MartinUniversity of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Beretta ElenaPolitecnico di Milano and New York University Abu Dhabi, Italy
Betcke MartaUniversity College London, United Kingdom
Beylkin GregoryUniversity of Colorado at Boulder, United States
Bhattacharyya SombuddhaTata Institute of Fundamental Research, Centre for Applicable Mathematics, Bangalore, India
Binder AndreasMathConsult GmbH, Austria
Boman JanStockholm University, Sweden
Borg LeiseUniversity of Copenhagen, Denmark
Bredies KristianUniversity of Graz, Austria
Brunetti SaraUniversity of Siena, Italy
Bubba Tatiana AlessandraUniversity of Helsinki, Finland
Carney P. ScottUniversity of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, United States
Cekic MihajloUniversity of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Correia CarlosLab Astrophysics Marseille, France
Dalgas Kongskov RasmusTechnical University of Denmark, Denmark
Damialis ApostolosWalter de Gruyter, Germany
De Mol ChristineUniversité libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Defrise MichelVrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Desai Naeem MustaqThe University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Dong GuozhiUniversity of Vienna, Austria
Dong YiqiuTechnical University of Denmark, Denmark
Dulio PaoloPolitecnico di Milano, Italy
Egger HerbertTU Darmstadt, Germany
Ehrhardt MatthiasUniversity of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Elbau PeterUniversity of Vienna, Austria
Engl Heinz W.University of Vienna, Austria
Faghfouri SaharJKU, Austria
Feichtinger Hans G.Faculty of Mathematics, University Vienna, Austria
Felea RalucaRochester Institute of Technology, United States
Francini ElisaUniversità di Firenze, Italy
Frikel JürgenOTH Regensburg, Germany
Gardner RichardWestern Washington University, USA
Gerhards ChristianUniversity of Vienna, Austria
Gerth DanielTU Chemnitz, Germany
Ghiglione VivianaTechnische Universität München, Germany
Gindikin SimonRutgers University, USA
Gonzalez FultonTufts University, United States
Gouia-Zarrad RimAmerican University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Greenhalgh JoshuaUniversity of Southampton, United Kingdom
Gritzmann PeterTU München, Germany
Hahn BernadetteUniversity of Würzburg, Germany
Haltmeier MarkusUniversity of Innsbruck, Department of Mathematics, Austria
Hansen Per ChristianTechnical University of Denmark, Denmark
Hauptmann AndreasUniversity of Helsinki, Finland
Heine ClemensBirkhäuser | Springer Verlag GmbH, Germany
Helin TapioUniversity of Helsinki, Finland
Herman GaborCity University of New York, United States
Hielscher RalfTU Chemnitz, Germany
Holman SeanUniversity of Manchester, United Kingdom
Hubmer SimonDoctoral Program Computational Mathematics, JKU Linz, Austria
Hutterer VictoriaIndustrial Mathematics Institute, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Iglesias José A.RICAM, Austria
Ilmavirta JoonasUniversity of Jyväskylä, Finland
Kalimeris KonstantinosRICAM, Austria
Katsevich AlexanderDepartment of Mathematics/University of Central Florida, United States
Kazantsev SergeySobolev Institute of Mathematics, Russia
Kerebel MaudUniversität Paris Descartes, France
Kirisits ClemensRICAM, Austria
Kirkeby AdrianDTU, Denmark
Kirsch AndreasKarlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Klann EstherJohannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Klibanov MichaelDepartment of Mathematics and Statistics, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
Knudsen KimTechnical University of Denmark, Denmark
Kohr HolgerCentrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Koulouri AlexandraUniversity of Münster, Germany
Koutschan ChristophRICAM, Austria
Kowar RichardDepartment of Mathematics, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Krishnan VenkyTIFR Centre for Applicable Mathematics, India
Krivorotko OlgaInstitute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SB RAS, Russia
Kunyansky LeonidUniversity of Arizona, United States
Lai JunZhejiang University, China
Lehtonen JonatanUniversity of Helsinki, Finland
Lesaint JeromeUniversité Grenoble Alpes, France
Li PeijunPurdue University, USA
Lionheart WilliamUniversity of Manchester, United Kingdom
Louis AlfredSaarland University, Germany, Germany
Lu ShuaiSchool of Mathematical Sciences, Fudan University, China
Manzoni AndreaEcole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Maretzke SimonInstitute for Numerical and Applied Mathematics, University of Goettingen, Germany
Markel VadimUniversity of Aix-Marseille, France
Marone FedericaSwiss Light Source/Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
Matculevich SvetlanaRICAM, Austria
Matejczyk BartlomiejUniversity of Warwick, United Kingdom
Maxim VoichitaCREATIS, INSA Lyon, France
Mazzucchelli MarcoENS de Lyon, France
Meaney AlexanderUniversity of Helsinki, Finland
Mercier GwenaelRICAM, Austria
Mindrinos LeonidasComputational Science Center, University of VIenna, Austria
Mishra Rohit KumarTata Institute of Fundamental Research, Centre for Applicable Mathematices, Bangalore, India
Monard FrancoisUniversity of California Santa Cruz, United States
Moskow ShariDrexel University, USA
Natterer FrankUniversity of Münster, Germany
Neubauer AndreasIndustrial Mathematics Institute, JKU, Austria
Neumann LukasInnsbruck, Austria
Nguyen LinhUniversity of Idaho, USA
Nguyen LocUniversity of North Carolina Charlotte, United States
Nguyen MaiETIS/University of Cergy-Pontoise, France
Niebsch JennyRICAM, Austria
Nolan CliffordUniversity of Limerick, Ireland
Novikov RomanCNRS, École Polytechnique, France
Oksanen LauriUniversity College London, United Kingdom
Öktem OzanDepartment of Mathematics, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Ono YoshitoLaboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille, France
Pagani SilviaPolitecnico di Milano, Italy
Palamodov VictorTel Aviv University, Israel
Pan XiaochuanThe University of Chicago, United States
Papoutsellis EvangelosUniversité d'Orléans, France
Paternain GabrielUniversity of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Pereverzyev SergeiRICAM, Austria
Pereverzyev Jr. SergiyUniversity of Innsbruck, Austria
Purisha ZenithUniversity of Helsinki, Finland
Quellmalz MichaelTechnische Universität Chemnitz, Germany
Quinto Eric ToddTufts University, United States
Railo JesseUniversity of Jyväskylä, Finland
Ramlau RonnyIndustrial Mathematics Institute, JKU Linz, Austria
Ratti LucaPolitecnico di Milano, Italy
Rieder AndreasKarlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Rigaud GaëlSaarland University, Germany
Rimpiläinen VilleUniversity of Münster, Germany
Rodrigues SergioRICAM-OEAW, Austria
Rondi LucaUniversità  di Trieste, Italy
Rouviere FrancoisUniversite de Nice, France
Roy SouvikUniversity of Wuerzburg, Germany
Rullan FrancescUniversity College London, United Kingdom
Sadiq KamranRICAM, Austria
Salo MikkoUniversity of Jyväskylä, Finland
Samelsohn GregorySCE, Israel
Sawatzky AlexGE Sensing & Inspection Technologies, Germany
Schicho JosefRICAM, Austria
Schiefeneder DanielaLeopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck, Austria
Schmutz DeniseUniversity of Vienna, Austria
Schnörr ChristophHeidelberg University, Germany
Schotland JohnUniversity of Michigan, United States
Schuster ThomasSaarland University, Germany
Schwab JohannesUniversität Innsbruck, Austria
Sherina EkaterinaTechnical University of Denmark, Denmark
Shestopalov YuryUniversity of Gävle, Sweden
Shi CongUniversity of Vienna, China
Siltanen SamuliUniversity of Helsinki, Finland
Sini MouradRICAM, Austria
Stefanov PlamenPurdue University, United States
Stuik RemkoLeiden University/NOVA, Netherlands
Tamasan AlexandruUniversity of Central Florida, United States
Telschow RogerUniversity of Vienna, Germany
Tijdeman RobLeiden University, Netherlands
Tkachenko PavloRICAM, Austria
Uhlmann GuntherUniversity of Washington, HKUST and University of Helsinki, United States
Vogelgesang JonasDepartment of Mathematics, Saarland University, Germany
Wagner RolandRICAM Linz, Austria
Wang GeRPI, United States
Ylinen LauriUniversity of Helsinki, Finland
Zhang BoInstitute of Applied Mathematics, AMSS, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Zhou HanmingUniversity of Cambridge, United Kingdom

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