The conference was busy (over 100 participants!) and full a plethora of new ideas and results. It was brilliant in that the technique of inverse problem analysis applies to many branches of science and there was a range of people there from chemists to applied mathematicians to physicists and many more.
The hectic programme, overwhelming logistics and social schedule meant that we didn't quite manage to take photographs for the web log. However, we did have a few sent to us later by one of the participants (thanks Virpi!) and we'll feature a small selection of them here.
|The Sajos Centre at Inari (Photo: V. Junttila)|
|Inverse in action! Presentation in the main Sajos hall. (Photo: V. Junttila)|
|Wall decoration in the other hall in the Sajos centre. (Photo: V. Junttila)|
|Happy participants... the chap second from right is Lassi, the conference organiser. (Photo: V. Junttila)|
|More inverse action... here Harri is giving his presentation. (Photo: V. Junttila)|