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Dissertation: Anssi Lehikoinen

Oct 30th 2012

Anssi Lehikoinen defends his doctoral dissertation "Modeling Uncertainties in Process Tomography and Hydrogeophysics" in public examination in Kuopio, November 2nd, 2012.

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Anssi


Inverse Problems Group in Science Week 2012

October 2nd 2012

Tiedeviikko

The Academy of Finland organizes the Science Week in Tampere, Finland, October 4th-11th, 2012. During the Science Week, the Summer University of Tampere organises the Science Orienteering event for secondary school and high school students. Kuopio Inverse Problems group participates in both of the events. Aku Seppänen arranges together with Prof. Samuli Siltanen (University of Helsinki) a demonstration of electrical tomography in science orienteering. On Tuesday Oct. 9th, Aku Seppänen gives a public lecture on theory and applications of tomography. The given lecture can be seen on video (in finnish).


Timo Lähivaara selected as Academy Post Doctoral researcher

May 30th 2012

Timo Lähivaara, PhD, was selected as Academy Post Doctoral researcher (01.09.2012 - 31.08.2015) by the Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Natural Sciences and Engineering. The title of his research project is "New approaches for estimating groundwater resources". The aim of the project is to develop innovative methods, which can be applied to estimating groundwater levels. New techniques, such as discontinuous Galerkin method, achieve better numerical accuracy and therefore the solution reliability is expected to be significantly improved. The developed numerical methods are also suitable for a variety of other research areas, e.g. ultrasound imaging, noise cancellation, and electromagnetics.

Timo


Jari Kaipio appointed for a Marsden Fund Council convenor

April 11th 2012

Jari

The leader of Kuopio Inverse problems group, Professor Jari P. Kaipio, was appointed for the Convenor of the Mathematical and Information Sciences panel in the Marsden Fund. The Marsden Fund is an organization that funds excellent fundamental research in New Zealand. It is a contestable fund administered by the Royal Society of New Zealand on behalf of the Marsden Fund Council.

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Jari Kaipio @ Marsden


Outotec to acquire all shares in Numcore

March 12th 2012

Outotoc acquires all shares in Numcore Ltd in Kuopio, Finland. Numcore developes and markets innovative online process control solutions based on 3D-imaging. It is a spin-off company with origins in inverse problems research.

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Three Years Research Grant from Finnish Cultural Foundation

February 27th 2012

Jussi

Jussi Toivanen was awarded a three years research grant by the Finnish Cultural Foundation for his PhD studies on heat tomography.

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Innovative Research Initiatives funding

July 25th 2011

Tanja Tarvainen’s project “Computational methods for quantitative photoacoustic tomography” was granted funding from the University of Eastern Finland.

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Finnish Centre of Excellence in Inverse Problems Research 2012-2017

June 9th 2011

CoE

Finnish inverse problems research gained success in Finnish Programme for Centres of Excellence in Research. The Academy of Finland selected 15 new Centres of Excellence 2012-1017. At the first stage of the CoE call, the Academy received a total of 135 letters of intent, covering a wide range of research fields. For the second round, 36 applicants were selected to submit full applications. These applications were reviewed by international expert panels. The Inverse problems consortium led by prof. Lassi Päivärinta was selected as a Centre of Excellence for the second time; the first period was 2006-2011.

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Academy of Finland selected 15 new centres of excellence in research
Article in Kuopio city www-pages (in Finnish)


Dissertation: Antti Nissinen

May 31th 2011

Antti Nissinen defends his doctoral dissertation "Modelling errors in electrical impedance tomography" in public examination in Kuopio, June 3rd, 2011.

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Antti


Inverse problems research noted in A propos

April 19th 2011

News

Inverse problems research was noted in A propos | Web Journal of the Academy of Finland: "Pikatie matematiikasta sovelluksiin" ("Fast track from mathematics to applications").

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Success in Leading Edge research funding

April 4th 2011

Professor Jari P. Kaipio and the Inverse Problems Group associate in two out of thirteen leading edge research projects selected by University of Eastern Finland. One of these projects, Aerosols and Climate: Reduction of Uncertainty of the Models, is led by Professor Ari Laaksonen (Department of Applied Physics). Professor Matti Maltamo (School of Forest Sciences) is the head of the second project, Multi-scale Geospatial Analysis of Forest Ecosystems. In total, Department of Applied Physics leads three projects, and is associated in three other leading edge projects.

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Dissertation: Timo Lähivaara

December 3rd 2010

Timo

Timo Lähivaara defends his doctoral dissertation "Discontinuous Galerkin method for time-domain wave problems" in public examination in Kuopio, December 11th, 2010.

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Aku Seppänen selected as Academy Post Doctoral researcher

September 17th 2010

Aku Seppänen, PhD, was selected as Academy Post Doctoral researcher (2011-2013) by the Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Natural Sciences and Engineering. The title of his research project is "Bayesian inversion for distributed parameter estimation problems".

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Tanja Tarvainen was selected as Academy Research Fellow

April 12th 2010

At its meeting on 12 April 2010, the Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Natural Sciences and Engineering selected 19 new Academy Research Fellows. One of them is PhD Tanja Tarvainen who's research concerns modelling and reconstruction in three dimensional optical imaging.

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Aku Seppänen awarded for the best oral presentation in Physics Days

March 15th 2010

Aku
Photographer: Ville Kotimki

Aku Seppänen was awarded for the best oral presentation in Physics Days 2010. The talk entitled "Electrical resistance tomography imaging of concrete" was selected from 90 talks given in the annual meeting of the Finnish Physical Society in Jyväskylä, March 11-13.