Inverse Problems, Summer, 2010
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Washington will be
offering a summer research opportunity under the auspices of the National
Science Foundation's Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
program. The program will last for eight weeks, from June 21 until
August 13. Participants will be introduced to research problems related
to the problem of finding the resistors in a network from boundary
measurements. Students in the program will be investigating and
formulating discrete problems involving planar and non-planar networks
and their relation to continuous inverse problems. Some papers that have
been produced on these problems can be viewed from links on this page.
Here are links to the announcement and application form.
This program is exclusively for permanent residents of the United States
who will not have graduated by June of 2010. Advanced undergraduates and
foreign students might be interested in the IPDE Summer School, to which they
are encouraged to apply. Undergrads in the Summer School may be offered
the opportunity to participate in the first week
of the REU program.
Website for detailed
information about the Math REU at the University of
Washington. This website includes an archive of papers going back
Brooke Miller email@example.com
Jim Morrow firstname.lastname@example.org