Impinge Project

Presentation

Impinge stands for “Inverse Magnetization Problems In Geosciences”. It is an associate team between Inria's project team Apics (France) and the Laboratory “Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences” at MIT (MA, USA). People of the Center for Constructive Approximation at Vanderbilt University (TN, USA) are also associated to the project.

List of people involved in the associate team:

Inria MIT Vanderbilt U.
L. Baratchart C. Borlina D. P. Hardin
S. Chevillard E. A. Lima E. B. Saff
J. Leblond B. P. Weiss C. Villalobos
K. Mavreas

Former members: M. Northington (VU) and D. Ponomarev (Inria) defended their PhD thesis in 2016 and are not members of Impinge any more. Nonetheless, they are still collaborators of us on topics related to inverse magnetization problems. I. Sanders (MIT) quitted the associate team in 2016.

Visits

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Publications

Conferences

General public presentation

Notes, work in progress

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Miscellaneous

Here is a little movie showing how the solution φₑ₃ of the BEP problem evolves when λ ranges from 10^{-10} to 10^{-26}.

Master and PhD thesis

Final report

Links

Web site of the Apics Team.
Web site of the Laboratory “Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences”.
Web site of the Math Department of Vanderbilt University.