The applied mathematics group has been founded in 2012, when Markus Haltmeier has been appointed as a full Professor at the department of Mathematics of the University of Innsbruck. The goal of the group is the development of innovative statistical and mathematical methods for applied sciences including inverse problems, computed tomography, signal and image processing and data science in general. We thereby focus on the practical relevance or our methods as well as on rigorous mathematical foundation. Current research includes the following:
November 11, 2014: Simon Rabanser has successfully defended his master's thesis "The forward problem in quantitative photoacoustic tomography: transport and diffusive regime". Advisors: Lukas Neumann and Markus Haltmeier.
July 31, 2014: Alexander Pirker has successfully defended his master's thesis "Application of the radiative transfer equation in photoacoustic tomography". Advisors: Markus Haltmeier and Lukas Neumann.