KEYNOTE LECTURES 

M. BONNET (Ecole Polytechnique, France)

Small obstacle expansion in 3D inverse scattering

B08 
F. NATTERER (Muenster University, Germany)

Helmholtz problems and tomography

NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
R. KRESS (Gottingen University, Germany)

A hybrid method in inverse obstacle scattering

NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
D.A. MURIO (University of Cincinnati, USA)

Some inverse problems in systems of nonlinear parabolic equations

M07 
IDENTIFICATION PROBLEMS 

J. BernalPonce, A. FraguelaCollar, J.A. Gomez, J. OsegueraPena
and F. CASTILLO  ARANGUREN (ITESMCEM,
Mexico) 
Identification of diffusion coefficients during
postdischarge 
B05 
I. Braems, N. RAMDANI, A. Boudenne, M. Kiefer, L. Jaulin, L.
Ibos, E. Walter and Y. Candou
(Universite Paris XII, France) 
New setmembership techniques for parameter estimation in
presence of model uncertainty 
B09 
Y. FAVENNEC, M. Girault, O. Balima and
D. Petit (University
of Poitiers, France) 
The model identification method coupled with the adloint
method for reduced model identification 
F04 
A. FAVARON (Universita di
Milano, Italy) 
An identification problem arising in the theory of heat
conduction for materials with memory 
F03 
S.L.
KUKREJA
(NASA, USA) 
A least absolute shrinkage and selection operator (LASSO)
for nonlinear system identification 
NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
D.
LESNIC
(University of Leeds, UK) 
An inverse coefficient identification problem in a dynamic
plate model 
L05 
K. SHIROTA
(Ibaraki University, Japan) 
Numerical method for the identification of Lame coefficients
in linear elastic wave equations 
S06 
N.C. ROBERTY
(Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 
Remarks on coefficient determination for the stationary
anisotropic transport equation 
R04 
K. NAKATANI, S. Kubo, T. Sakagmi, D. Shiozawa and M.
Takagi
(Osaka University, Japan) 
An experimental study on identification of delamination in
composite material by electric potential CT method 
N02 
A.V. NENAROKOMOV and O.M.
Alifanov (Moscow
Aviation Institute, Russia) 
Identification of lumped parameter systems 
N04 
ALGORITHMS 

S.Suram, K.M. BRYDEN and D.A.
Ashlock
(Iowa State University, USA) 
An evolutionary algorithm to estimate unknown heat flux in a
onedimensional inverse heat conduction problem 
S14 
N.S. MERA, L. Elliott, D.B. Ingham and D.
Lesnic (University of
Leeds, UK) 
Comparison of a genetic algorithm and a gradient based
optimisation technique 
M04 
A. MANIATTY and E. Park
(Rensselaer Polytechic Institute, USA) 
Finite element approach to inverse problems in dynamic
elastography 
M01 
L.MARIN
(University of Nottingham, UK) 
The method of fundamental solutions for solving inverse
boundary value problems in elasticity 
M02 
V. GONTAR and O. Grechko (BenGurion
University of the Negev, Israel) 
Retrieving oscillatory solutions from systems of difference
equations 
G03 
T. JOHANSSON
(University of Leeds, UK) 
An iterative method for reconstruction of temperature 
J04 
T. KAMEDA and K. Saito
(University of Tsukuba, Japan) 
Newly developed stress increment measurement technique in
plastic region based on stress inversion theory 
K01 
S. KUBO and M. Shiotsuki (Osaka
University, Japan) 
Estimation of unknown boundary values from boundary and
inside observations 
K07 
V. MELICHER and M. SLODICKA (Ghent
University, Belgium) 
The recovery of boundary data for the eddycurrent problem
on polyhedra: Numerical approach 
M03 
S.S. PEREVERZYEV, R. Pinnau and
Siedow
(Kaiserslautern, Germany) 
Initial temperature reconstruction for a nonlinear heat
equation: Application to radiative and conductive heat
transfer 
P02 
S. CHAABANE, C. Elhechmi and M.
Jaoua (TunisBelvedere, Tunisia)

A robust recovery algorithm for the Robin inverse problem 
C02 
OPTIMIZATION 

Y. HAITIAN, C. Guosheng, Z. Changliang, X. Qiwen and Z.
Zhifeng (University of
Dalian, China) 
Solving inverse couplestress problems via an aggragate
function approach 
Y01 
L. BLANK
(University of Regensburg, Germany) 
Analyical considerations of state estimation: Regularization
and error propogation 
B07 
A.A. SKORDOS, C.Monroy Aceves and M.P.F.
Sutcliffe
(University of Cambridge, UK) 
Drape optimization in woven composite manufacturing 
S09 
Z. OSTROWSKI, R.A. Bialeki and A.J. Kassab (Silesian
University of Technollogy, Poland)

Advances in application of proper orthogonal decomposition
in inverse problems 
O01 
HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER 

M. LAZARD and P. Corvisier (Saint
Die, France) 
Inverse method for transient temperature estimation during
machining 
L02 
S. Abboudi and E. ARTIOUKHINE (Belfort,
France) 
Simultaneous estimation of two boundary conditions in a
twodimensional heat conduction problem 
A01 
L. CAUDILL
(University of Richmond, USA) 
Thermal imaging in defect analysis 
NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
DUNG DUC DOAN, P. Le Masson and Y. Yarny
(Gif sur Yvette, France) 
An inverse approach for the analysis of heat transfer at the
liquidsolid interface in arc welding 
NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
R.P. Souto, S. STEPHANY, J.C. Becceneri, H.F. Campos Velho
and J. Silva Neto
(Instituto Nacional de Pesquias Espacias, Brazil) 
On the use of the ant colony system for radiative properties
estimation 
S10 
J. FRANKEL (University of
Tennessee, USA) 
Stabilization of illposed problems through the data space:
Heat conduction theory 
F08 
K.A. WOODBURY and A
Gupta
(The University of Alabama, USA) 
Effect of deterministic thermocouple errors (bias) on the
solution of the inverse heat conduction problem 
W03 
A.J. Nowak and I. NOWAK (Silesian
University of Technology, Poland) 
2D and 3D inverse boundary and inverse geometry BEM solution
in continuous casting 
N06 
J.V.
BECK
(Michigan University, USA) 
Filter solutions for the nonlinear inverse heat conduction
problem 
B03 
SOURCE PROBLEMS 

J. Guo, P. LE MASSON, S. Rouquette, T. Loulou and E.
Artioukhine (Universite de Bretagne
Sud, France) 
Estimation of a source term in a 2dimensional heat transfer
problem: Application to electron beam welding, Theoretical
and experimental validations 
G05 
P.M.P. Silva, H.R.B. ORLANDE, M.J. Colaco, S. Panayiotis and
Dulikravich (Federal University of Rio
de Janeiro, Brazil) 
Estimation of spatially and time dependent source term in a
tworegion problem 
S07 
A. EL BADIA
(University of Technology of Compiegne, France) 
An inverse source problem in an elliptic equation from
measurements 
NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
REGULARIZATION PROBLEMS 

F. BAUER (University of Gottingen, Germany) 
Automatic regularization for illposed problems with
stochastical noise estimate 
B02 
L. COMINO, L. Marin and R. Gallego
(University of Granada, Spain) 
Regularized BEM solution for inverse boundary value problems
in anisotropic elasticity 
C05 
U. Hamarik and T. RAUS (University of
Tartu, Estonia) 
On the choice of the regularization parameter in the case of
the approximately given noise level of data 
H01 
A.J. SILVA NETO and N. Cella (Universidada
do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 
A regularized solution for the inverse problem of
photoacoustic spectroscopy 
S08 
A.AZIMI, S. Kazemzadeh Hannani and B.
Farhanieh (Sharif
University of Technology, Iran) 
Application of multiblock method for solution of
twodimensional transient inverse heat conduction problems 
A10 
EXPERIMENTAL 

A. MOULTANOVSKY and M. Rekada (ACC
Climate Control, USA) 
Investigation of twophase process of aluminium ingot
cooling by means of inverse heat transfer problem approach 
M06 
N. DAOUAS and M. S. Radhouani
(Ecole Nationale d'Ingenieurs de Monastir, Tunisia) 
Experimental validation of an extended Kalman smoothing
technique for solving nonlinear inverse heat conduction
problems 
D01 
X. HAN, G.R. Liu and Z.H. Zhong
(Hunan University, P.R. China) 
Applications of computational inverse techniques to
automotive engineering 
H02 
M. JANICKI and A. Napieralski
(Technical University of Lodz, Poland) 
Practical application of inverse problem solution algorithms
for water pollution measurements using ion selective
transistors 
J01 
K. MOMOSE, K. Abe and H. Kimoto (Osaka
University, Japan) 
Inverse measurement of thermal boundary conditions using a
transient temperature history 
M05 
A. TESTU, S. Didierjean, D. Maillet, C. Moyne and T.
Niass (University of Nancy, France) 
Experimentation of thermal dispersion coefficients in
granular media through which a gas is flowing:Porous versus
porous grain 
T01 
M. Karkri, Y. JARNY and P. Mousseau
(University of Nantes, France) 
Estimation of the initial temperature profile in a channel
of an experimental extrusion die 
K03 
G.H. Kanevce, L.P. KANEVCE, V.B. Mitrevski, G.S. Dulikravich
and H.R.B.
Orlande (St.
Kliment Ohridski University, Macedonia) 
Inverse approaches to drying of bodies with significant
shrinkage effects 
K02 
G.G. SENARATNE, R.B. Keam, W.L. Sweatman
and G.C. Wake (Massey University, New
Zealand) 
Inverse methods for detection of internal objects using
microwave technology: with potential for breast screening 
S01 
SCATTERING AND ACOUSTICS 

D. LEDUC, X. Chapeleau, C. Lupi, F. Lopez Geja, M. Douay, R.
Le Ny and C. Boisrobert (University of
Nantes, France) 
Comparison of two inverse scattering algorithms for the
experimental synthesis of fiber Bragg gratings 
L04 
V.S.SEROV
(University of Oulu,Finland) 
Some inverse scattering problems for twodimensional
Schrodinger operator 
S02 
G. Bellizzi, A. CAPOZZOLI and
G.D'Elia (University of Naples, Italy) 
A new method to evaluate the minimum volume including
radiating/scattering systems by means of supporting cones 
B04 
MATHEMATICAL THEORY 

DINH NHO HAO, Pham Hinh Hien and H.
Sahli (Hanoi Institute
of Mathematics, Vietnam) 
A Cauchy problem for an elliptic equation in a ship 
H03 
M Jaoua, J. Leblond, M. MAHJOUB and J.R.
Partington
(TunisBelvedere, Tunisia) 
Numerical solution of a Cauchy problem in annular domains 
J03 
A.L.Bukhgeim and A.A. BUKHGEIM
(Schlumberger, Norway) 
Inversion of the Radon transform, based on the theory of
AAnalytic functions with application to 3D inverse
kinematic problem with local data 
B11 
A.S. Blagovestchenskii, Ya. V. Kurylev and V.
ZALIPAEV (Loughborough University, UK) 
Inverse problem of velocity reconstruction in weakly
lateral heterogeneous halfspace 
B06 
J.J. JANNO and J. Engelbracht (Tallinn
University of Technology, Estonia) 
Determining properties of nonlinear microstructured
materials by means of solitary waves 
J02 
L.X. YANG, H. Sahli and D.N. Hao
(Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium) 
A hybrid diffusion model for 2D dense motion estimation 
Y02 
G. GARCIA and V. Burenkov (University
of Cardiff, UK) 
On estimates for convolutions in anisotropic
Nikol´skiiBesov spaces 
NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
A.
RAMM (Kansas State
University, USA) 
On inverse problems for the heat equation 
NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
STATISTICS 

S. LASANEN and L. ROININEN
(University of Oulu, Finland) 
Statistical inversion with Green's priors 
L01 
B.A. CATTLE, C. Goddard and R.M. West (University
of Leeds, UK) 
A highlevel model and statistical estimation for passive
Gamma ray tomography of nuclear waste vaults 
C01 
A.F. EMERY, E. Valenti and D. Bardot
(University of Washington, USA) 
Parameter estimation for noisy data and nuisance variables
using Bayesian interference 
E02 
R.G. AYKROYD, B.A. Cattle and R.M.
West (University of Leeds, UK) 
Boundary element method and Markov chain Monte Carlo for
object location in electrical impedance tomography 
A09 
EXPERIMENTAL AND HEAT TRANSFER 

O.M. Alifanov, S.A. Budnik and V.V.
MIKHAYLOV
(Moscow Aviation Insitute, Russia)

An experimentalcomputational system for the determination
of thermal properties of materials. Equipment,
instrumentation and methodical support of thermal testing 
A02 
O.M. ALIFANOV, S.A. Budnik, V.V. Mikhaylov, A.V. Nenarokomov
and V.M.
Yudin
(Moscow Aviation Insitute, Russia) and O.M. ALIFANOV, Y.
Jarny, P.V. Prosuntsov and
G.A.Ivanov (Moscow
Aviation Institute, Russia) 
Complex identification of thermophysical properties of
anisotropic composite material and an
experimentalcomputational system for the determination of
thermal properties of materials. III Application for
spacecraft structures testing. 
A03/A04 
B. LECAMPION and J. Gunning (CSIRO
Petroleum, Australia) 
Model selection in hydraulic fracture imaging from
elastostatic measurements 
L03 
C.H. Huang, Y,L. Tsai and H.M.
CHEN
(National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)

A 3D inverse problem is estimating the timedependent heat
transfer coefficients for plate fins 
H05 
IMAGING THEORY AND PRACTICE 

T.R. LUCAS (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA) 
A new inverse solver for diffusion tomography using multiple
sources 
L08 
Y.T. SHIH and T.R. Lucas (University of
North Carolina, USA) 
A new implementation of the elliptic systems method in time
dependent diffusion tomography applied to back reflected and
transmitted data 
S05 
D. Watzenig, M. Brandner, G. STEINER and B. Brandstatter
(University of Graz, Austria) 
Statespace representation of closed contours in electrical
capacitance tomography 
W02 
C.H. HUANG and C.C.
Shih (National
Cheng Kung University, Taiwan) 
A shape identification problem in estimating simultaneously
two interfacial configurations in a multiple region domain 
H04 
S. Wright, M. SCHWEIGER and S. Arridge
(University College of London, UK) 
Optical tomographic reconstruction using the PN radiative
transfer equation 
W04 
A DOUIRI, M. Schweiger, J. Riley and
S.R. Arridge
(University College of London, UK) 
Diffusion regularization methods of the nonlinear inverse
problem for diffuse optical tomography 
D04 
INDUSTRIAL 

J.J.SERRA and L.
Autrique
(FontRomeu, France) 
Microscale thermal characterization of reinforced composites
by photothermal microscopy data inversion 
S03 
D. R. Roberti, D. Anfossi, H.F. CAMPOS VELHO and G.A.
Degrazia
(National Institute for Space Research, Brazil) 
Estimation of emission rate from pollutant sources 
R03 
P. STEINHORST, B. Hofmann, A. Meyer and Weinelt
(Chemnitz, Germany) 
Gas temperature identification for the similation of
electric fault arc tests 
S12 
F. VOLLE, M. Lebouche, M. Gradeck and D.
Maillet (University of
Nancy, France) 
Estimation of cooling fluxes in boiling convection by
inverse heat conduction on a rotating cylinder: Feasibility
study 
V02 
N. WAKATSUKI and Y
Kagawa
(Akita Prefectural University, Japan) 
Identification of the properties of a complex layer
deposited on the surface of a quartz crystal microbalance (QCM)
by the impedance measurement 
W01 
C. van BERKEL and W.R.B. Lionheart (Philips Research
Laboratories, UK) 
Electrostatic object reconstructions in a half space 
V01 
E. KATAMINE, M. Hirai and H. Azegami
(Gifu National College of Technology, Japan) 
Solution of shape identification problem on thermoelastic
solids with desired distribution of thermal deformation 
K04 
H. Ammari, M. ASCH and H. Kang
(Universite de Picardie Jules Verne, France) 
Location of small inclusions from boundary measurements:
Application to inclusions nearly touching the boundary 
A06 
B. KORTSCHAK and B. Brandstatter
(Christian Doppler Laboratory for Automotive Measurement
Research, Austria) 
Comparison of twofunctionals for different measurement
principles for nonlinear capacitance tomography 
K07 
B.S. Kim, J.H. Kim, M.C. Kim, S. Kim and K.Y.
KIM
(Cheju National University, Korea) 
Nonstationary boundary estimation in electrical impedance
tomography based on the IMM scheme 
K06 
A. FRAGUELA, S. Gomez and J. Oliveros (BUAP 
Mexico) 
A new method for the solution of the inverse problem of
electrical capacitance tomography and its application to
image reconstruction of multiphase flows 
F07 
A. CHENG (University of
Mississippi, USA) 
Direction solution of illposed boundary value problems by
collocation method 
NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
POSTER LIST A 

N.I. Alvariez Acevedo, A.J. SILVA NETO and N.C. Roberty
(Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 
A matrix based explicit formulation for inverse radiative
transfer problems 
A05 
L.Autrique, N. RAMDANI and S. Rodier (Universite Paris XII,
France) 
Mobile source estimation with an iterative regularization
method 
A08 
A. FARCAS (University
of Cambridge, UK) 
The boundary element method for the determination of a time
dependent source 
F01 
C. Faria, S. STEPHANY and H.S. Sawant
(INPE, Brasil) 
A new entropy based stategy for the inverse design of a
radio array 
F02 
V. FEUILLET, Y. Jarny and Y. Scudeller
(University of Nantes, France) 
Estimation of the thermal resistance distribution of
dieattach materials in microstructure 
F05 
C.V. Goncalves , L.O. Vilarinho and G.
GUIMARAES (Federal
University of Uberlandia, Brazil) 
Experimental techniques to estimate temperature field and
heat source in a welding process 
G02 
M. JAIS (Cardiff University, UK) 
A numerical approach for the seismic inverse problem 
NOT IN PROCEEDINGS 
T. Loulou, P. LE MASSON and P. Rogeon
(Universite de Bretagne Sud, France) 
Characterization of thermal contact conductance during
resistance spot welding 
L07 
A.V. NENAROKOMOV, O.M. Alifanov, A.A. Ischuk and D.M. Titov
(Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia) 
An experimental computational system for the determination
of properties of
materials. II
Conception and realization of computer code for experimental
data processing 
N04 
A.J. SILVA NETO and N. Cella (Universidade
do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 
A regularized solution for the inverse problem of
photoacoustic spectroscopy 
S08 
POSTER LIST B 

M. ASCH, J.P. Hermand, J.C le Gac and
M.
Meyer
(Universite de Picardie Jules Verne, France) 
The solution of inverse problems in underwater geoacoustics
by optimal control methods 
A07 
J.B. Baoga, H. LouahliaGualous, E. ARTIOUKHINE and P.K.
Panday (Belfort, France) 
Transient heat transfer for circular jet impacting a
horizontal surface: Application for the iterative
regularization method 
B01 
N.BROOKS, F. Gross and T. Baldwin (Florida A & M
University, USA) 
Analysis of the field synthesis algorithm, variable field
generation, using magnetostatic finite element method and
optimization 
B10 
F.L. de Sousa, F.M. Ramos, F.J.C.P. Soeiro and A.J. SILVA
NETO
(Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciois, Brazil) 
Application of the generalised external optimization
algorithm to an inverse radiative transfer problem 
D03 
F.M. Folly, A.J. SILVA NETO and C.C.
Santana (Universidade
do Estado do Rio de janeiro, Brazil) 
An inverse mass transfer problem for the characterization of
simulated moving bed absorption columns 
F06 
T. Loulou and E. ARTIOUKHINE (Belfort,
France) 
Solution of 3dimensional nonlinear inverse heat conduction
by using a reduced number of sensors 
L06 
S.G. Kazantse and A.A. BUKHGEIM (Schlumberger, Norway) 
The Chebyshev ridge polynomials in 2D tensor tomography 
K05 
E. PAIS
(Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Identification of degenerate time and space dependent
kernels in heat flow 
P01 
T. Raissi, N. RAMDANI, L. Ibos and Y.
Candau
(Universite Paris XII, France) 
Guaranteed method for the estimation of dielectric
relaxation model 
R01 
G. STEINER, D. Watzenig, B. Kortschak and B.
Brandstatter
(Graz University, Austria) 
A sequential ultrasound and electrical capacitance process
tomography system 
S11 
R. Storch, L.C.G. Pimentel and H.R.B.
ORLANDE
(Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 
Identification of micrometeorological parameters for the
characterization of atmospheric boundary layers 
S13 