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Analysis Seminar by Elodie Pozzi (St Louis University)

Event Type: 
Elodie Pozzi (Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, MO)
Event Date: 
Friday, April 28, 2023 -
3:00pm to 4:00pm

Event Description: 

Title: An operator theoretical approach to some inverse problems

Abstract:  In this talk, we define some inverse problems that can arise in applied contexts: physics, engineering for instance. We provide a method of resolution based on operator theory and function spaces. We will finish with the example of a type of two dimensional inverse problems in magnetism. This work is based on joint works with J. Leblond, INRIA.

About the Speaker: Elodie Pozzie obtained her PhD in Pure Mathematics in 2011 at the University of Lyon, in France under the guidance of Isabelle Chalendar.  Interested in how tools in analysis can solve problems in applied mathematics (problems arising from physics and engineering), she did a 2-year postdoc at the French research center in Applied Mathematics and Computer Sciences, INRIA at Sophia Antipolis, France. In 2013, she spent one year as an Assistant Professor at the University of Lille, France. She was then recruited to the University of Bordeaux as a "Maitre de Conferences", the equivalent of an Associate Professor. Since Fall 2017, she is an Assistant Professor at Saint Louis University in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Pozzie research interests are in areas related to analysis. Mostly, she is interested in problems in functional analysis, functions of one complex variable, operator theory and approximation theory, and specifically the interaction between these subjects.

Event Contact

Contact Name: Cristina Pereyra