We are happy to announce that Magdalena Schneider, PhD student in Sub-project Superresolution Microscopy, defended successfully her PhD thesis on 20th of October, 2021.
Magdalena was a PhD student under the supervision of Gerhard Schütz, principal investigator of Sub-project Superresolution Microscopy, at the Institute of Applied Physics at the TU Wien. Her thesis title is “Statistical analysis of biomolecular clustering and oligomerization” and can be found here.
Currently, she is working as a postdoctoral researcher in the SFB.
Otmar Scherzer is the new Editor-in-Chief of the journal Inverse Problems. He is replacing Professor Simon Arridge (University College London), who has been in this position since 2015. Otmar Scherzer was a member of the Editorial Board of Inverse Problems for a long time, he has acted as Guest Editor on several special issues and he has also published many of his works in this journal.
Since March of this year, Monika Ritsch-Marte, the PI of the sub-project Imaging of Trapped Particles, is a member of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina. We congratulate Monika for this achievement, reflecting her recognition as an expert in Optics.
The Eurasian Association on Inverse Problems (EAIP) is a non-governmental organization working to ensure a coordination between inverse problems research groups and scientific schools in Eurasian countries, by providing international conferences, meetings and summer schools on inverse problems, both in theory and applications.
The association has established an “EAIP Award” to recognize outstanding scientific contributions to the field of inverse problems and continuous efforts to foster cooperation between researchers of Eurasian countries.