Why the high-frequency inverse scattering by topological sensitivity may work

In this investigation [61], we provide theoretical justification of an experimentally-observed ability [56] of the Topological Sensitivity (TS) indicator to localize near the boundary of a scatterer at high frequencies. The analysis revolves around the use of catastrophe theory and highlights the importance of source aperture in solving inverse scattering problems.

Egor Dontsov appointed Assistant Professor at the University of Houston

Following a 16-month postdoctoral appointment in the Department of Mathematics at the University of British Columbia, Egor Dontsov has joined the University of Houston, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering as tenure-track Assistant Professor in September 2015.