Event Location
Kellogg Hotel and Con. Center

Abstract Submission open!


We also welcome session organizers.  Please contact Kirk Dolan if you wish to organize a session.


This is the 31st in the series of National and International meetings on Inverse Problems that were initiated at Michigan State University in 1988. Papers are solicited from all areas involving inverse methods and their applications. The symposium is organized in a single-session format to foster cross-disciplinary interaction. Solicited topics include:

  1. Mathematical and Statistical Aspects of Inverse Problems
    1. Theory and Methods of Inverse Problems
    2. Stability and Error Analysis
  2. Design of Experiments
    1. Optimal Design of Experiments
    2. Analysis of Actual Experimental Data
  3. Applications
    1. Heat Transfer, Applied Mechanics, Controls, Other Engineering Disciplines
    2. Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics, and Medicine
    3. Nondestructive Evaluation
    4. Nanoengineering
    5. Tomography and Inverse Scattering
    6. Geology and Environmental Phenomena
    7. Economics
    8. Food and Bioprocessing
    9. Bioengineering
    10. Packaging

Contact Information:

Honorary Chairman: Dr. James V. Beck, Professor Emeritus, Michigan State University,


Conference Chairman: Kirk Dolan, Professor
Department of Food Science & Human Nutrition
Department of Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering
Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI 48224
Phone: (517) 353-3333