Professor, Mathematical Sciences
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MVE255: Matematisk Analys i Flera Variabler M (TD) Forskarutbildningskurs 2009/2010Numerical Methods for solution of Coefficient Inverse Problems Forskarutbildningskurs 2011Electromagnetic fields and waves: Mathematical models and numerical methods Master Program at the University of BaselMaster Program at University of Basel 04/05
Since 2007 I collaborate with prof.M.V.Klibanov from University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, USA, and since 2010 with prof. Michael Fiddy from Optical Center of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on the topic of Globally convergent numerical methods for multidimensional CIPs.
I'm also three-years (2010-2013) grant holder and PI for the Project "Adaptive finite element methods for solutions of inverse problems'" supported by the Swedish Institute, Visby Program. This is the collaborative project between Chalmers University of Technology and GU, and 5 leading Universities in Russia (Moscow Lomonosov State University; International Institute of Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical Geophysics, Moscow; Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics of Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk; Institute for System Analysis of The Russian Academy of Science, Moscow; Penza State University of Architecture and Building). Project includes two-sided scientific exchange, PhD student supervision and yearly workshop organization. Main idea of the project is development of new mathematical idea - adaptivity technique - to the solution of CIP in imaging using electromagnetic waves as well as in signal reconstruction in scanning electron tomography.
I am Principal Investigator of the projects
• Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Solutions of Inverse Problems supported by the Swedish Institute, Visby Program.• Global convergence and adaptive finite element methods for the solution of Coefficient Inverse Problems for Maxwell equations supported by the Swedish Research Council • WavES supported by the Swedish Institute and by the Swedish Research Council
Article on research:
L. Beilina, "Solving the unsolvable", International Innovation, Research Media, UK, pp 112-114, ISSN 2041-4552, March 2013
Published: Tue 19 Mar 2019.
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