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Invisibility cloaking for the conductivity and Helmholtz equations.

The Inverse Problems and Imaging Group in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Limerick invites you to a seminar by Prof Allan Greenleaf (University of Rochester).

Title: Invisibility cloaking for the conductivity and Helmholtz equations.

Abstract: There has been a tremendous amount of work over more than a decade on theoretical designs and practical implementations of invisibility cloaks for waves governed by a variety of PDEs. I will discuss some of the original work in the context of the conductivity equation (for electrostatics or steady state heat flow) and the Helmholtz equation (for acoustics or scalar optics).

Certain features of the analysis indicate the difficulties of implementing actual cloaks and ways to improve the effectiveness of approximate cloaks.

This seminar will take place on Tuesday, March 13, at 3pm, in A2-002.

If you have any questions regarding this seminar, please direct them to Romina Gaburro (romina.gaburro@ul.ie) or Clifford Nolan (Clifford.nolan@ul.ie).  A full list of upcoming seminars can be found at http://www.ulsites.ul.ie/macsi/node/48011

Supported by Science Foundation Ireland funding, MACSI - the Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry (www.macsi.ul.ie), centred at the University of Limerick, is dedicated to the mathematical modelling and solution of problems which arise in science, engineering and industry in Ireland.

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