Mia Kvåle Lømvo received the Best Scientific Paper Award 2024

We are pleased to announce that our SFB member, Mia Kvåle Lømvo, received the Best Scientific Paper Award 2024 of the PhD Programme Image-Guided Diagnosis and Therapy at the Life Science PhD Meeting Innsbruck in April 2024.

This award recognizes Mia’s significant contribution to the paper “Ultrasound-induced reorientation for multi-angle optical coherence tomography” recently published in Nature Communications with Shiyu Deng, Simon Moser, Rainer Leitgeb, Wolfgang Drexler, and Monika Ritsch-Marte.

Best Scientific Paper Award 2024
Image Source: Medizinische Universität Innsbruck.

SFB goes to the 11th IPMS 2024

Two of our SFB members, Peter Elbau and Otmar Scherzer, together with team members from the Computational Science Center (CSC) of the University of Vienna and the Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (Ricam), Linz, attended the 11th International Conference “Inverse Problems: Modelling and Simulation” (IPMS 2024) in Malta as invited speakers to mini-symposia. The conference, one of the most prominent in the field, aims to bring together scientists working on inverse problems with different areas of expertise, such as mathematics, physics, engineering, computer science, medicine, and material science to provide a fruitful ground for discussion on the latest advances in theory and foster interdisciplinary collaboration.

IPMS 2024 group picture.
Presentation by Peter Elbau and Otmar Scherzer at IPMS 2024.