# (Communication) Weighted minimum gradient techniques in Current Density based Impedance Imaging by A. Tǎmǎşan

We are glad to announce that Professor Alexandru Tǎmǎşan (Department of MathematicsUniversity of Central Florida) has positively answered to our invitation, and he will present on June 27, 2018, at our Institute, the following lecture:

Weighted minimum gradient techniques in Current Density based Impedance Imaging

Abstract: Over the past ten years or so, a new class of inverse problems are modeled by coupled physical phenomena. Such problems are called hybrid, coupled physics, or muti-wave physics.

In the electrical conductivity imaging, the Maxwell model of electromagnetics is coupled with the Magnetic Resonance data to obtain the magnitude of the current density field generated by an injected current. The inverse problem may be reduced to a minimum weighted gradient problem. We will present some recent results on the solutions of such problems.