Our project "Methods and software development for solving coupled inverse problems of x-ray scattering and spectroscopy" has been accepted for funding from BMBF.It is a joint project with Prof. Rohringer at DESY.
We are looking for a PostDoc for our team. More inforamtion for this job can be found here.
We are looking for a PhD candidate within the DASH graudate school. The topic are inverse problems in X-ray science and will be supervised jointly with Prof. Rohringer from the department of physics. Applications can be sent directly to me or Prof. Rohringer. More information..
I will attend the Oberwolfach workshop "Tomographic Inverse Problems: Theory and Applications" from 27.1.-2.2.19 and the API conference in July 2019.
Our project "Multi-messenger x-ray science - Solving inverse problems of x-ray crystallography with constraints by x-ray emission spectra" has been accepted for funding from the DESY Strategy Fond.
We are looking for a PostDoc for our project. More information your can find here.
I will give a talkt at the International Workshop on Magentic Particle Imaging in New York in March 2019 and at the SIAM conference on Computational Science and Engineering in Spokane in February 2019.
I will give a talk at the EUCO in Trier in September 2018.
Welcome to Christiane Schmidt in our research group. She starts on 1st December her PhD project.
Our mini-symposium "Mathematical and Computational Aspects in Magnetic Particle Imaging" is accepted for the SIAM Imaging.
Our paper "Improved image reconstruction in magnetic particle imaging using structural a priori information" is accepted by IJMPI.
I have accepted a new position at the University of Hamburg. Start is on 1st of March 2017.
Our mini-symposium "Mathematical Imaging with Magnetic Nanoparticles" is accepted for the AIP 2017
Our paper "Edge preserving and noise reducing reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging" is accepted by IEEE TMI
Mathematical Methods and Emerging Modalities
Within our MPI network I organise together with A. Weinmann, W. Erb and S. Kunis a workshop in Osnabrück in the last week in June 2016.
Image reconstruction for 4D Magnetic Particle Imaging
at the University Helsinki June 2016, Helsinki, Finland
Sparse image reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging
in the minisymposium "Mathematical Methods for MPI" at the DMV 2015
Next workshop for MPI
Curently, I organizte together with Dr. A. Weinmann and Dr. J. Frikel the next workshop on magnetic particle imaging. It will take place in München.
Photoacoustic Tomography: Sparse Image Reconstruction Using Shearlets
Seminar AG Imaging, University Münster,
Mathematical Methods in Magnetic Particle Imaging
Our scientific network on magnetic particle imaging has been approved by the German Research Foundation (DFG)