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Workshop Archives 2010-2011
  Diffusion Optical Imaging,
     October 2011

  Biomechanical Imaging, April 2011
  Microlocal Analysis in Imaging,
     August 2010

  Seismic Waveform Tomography,
     April 2010

  System Identification of Geosystems,
     March 2010

Workshop Archives prior to 2010
  System Identification of Geosystems
     March 24, 2008

  Radar Waveform Design and Imaging
     May 19, 2005

  Geophysics, January 2004
  Solid Mechanics, March 2004
  Opening Conference, 2004


Workshop on Inverse Problems
Radar Waveform Design and Imaging
May 19, 2005

Workshop Description:
This workshop will bring together researchers interested in fundamental and practical issues related to radar waveform design and imaging. We anticipate participants from both academia and national research laboratories.

Margaret Cheney and Birsen Yazici

The Radar Waveform Design and Imaging Workshop is one of IPRPI's signature events where focused, interactive research discussion and presentation enables and encourages cross disciplinary exchanges of ideas. Both senior and early career researchers are encouraged to participate. Prior events of this type were the Geophysical Imaging Workshop, held on January 30, 2004 and the Solid Mechanics Workshop, held on March 24, 2004.

The workshop will be held in the Lally Building, Room 102, on the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute campus in Troy.

Driving directions and a campus map can be found at: http://www.rpi.edu/dept/NewsComm/sub/tour/driving.html

There are a number of places to stay in the Troy/Albany/Schenectady area that are convenient to RPI.

We have reserved a block of rooms at a reasonable hotel close to campus:
Franklin Square Inn and Suites
One Fourth Street
Troy, NY 12180
Ph: 518-274-8800
Fax: 518-274-0427
email: fssuites@yahoo.com
When you request a room, you should mention: "Inverse Problems." The rooms will be held until May 4th.

A/V Equipment:
The workshop will provide a computer projector and an overhead projector. If additional equipment is needed, please contact mclauj3@rpi.edu.

No formal registration is needed, but in order to have an idea of how many we need to accommodate please contact(mclauj3@rpi.edu) know, if you plan to attend and whether you want to give a talk or poster presentation.

The workshop will begin at 8:30 am with a plenary talk; depending on the number of participants, the rest of the day will be filled with talks and poster presentations, interspersed with breaks to allow participants to interact informally. The program will end at 4 pm to allow participants from nearby locales to travel home on the same day.

For more information regarding the technical program, contact Birsen Yazici at yazici@ecse.rpi.edu (518-276-2905) or Margaret Cheney.


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