MS16: Solution of Multi-frequency Electromagnetic Imaging and Inverse Problems
The topic of our minisymposium is the solution of multi-frequency electromagnetic imaging and inverse problems with applications to metal detection, remote sensing and geophysics. This minisymposium will cover a range of different techniques including MUSIC (MUltiple SIgnal Classification) (and related factorization, linear sampling methods) approaches for object location and polarizability tensor object descriptions for object characterisation and classification. It will also include relevant industrial applications such as security screening at transport hubs, location of unexploded ordnance and anti-personal landmines, recycling of valuable metals and applications in robotics.
Tuesday, April 13, 10:20-12:00
- 10:20 Paul D. Ledger, Ben A. Wilson, William R.B. Lionheart, Object characterisation with MPT spectral signatures for security screening with metal detection
- 10:45 Miguel Moscoso, Alexei Novikov, George Papanicolaou, Chrysoula Tsogka, Three-dimensional imaging from single-element multiple frequency intensity data
- 11:10 Harald Gietler, Hubert Zangl, Electromagnetic Pose Tracking for Robotic Applications
- 11:35 Michael Daniel O'Toole, Kane Williams, Anthony J. Peyton, Multi-Frequency Magnetic Induction to Classify Non-Ferrous Metals in Recycling and Resource Recovery