Our team embraces the ideology of open-source and data sharing. Thus, we've released the full source code of the QSM reconstruction procedure, TreeQSM. If you are unfamiliar with the algorithm, please see Raumonen et al. 2013. Future software releases will take place under the groups Github profile, InverseTampere.
About the team
Inverse problems are by definition ill-posed either in the sense of solution existence and uniqueness, or stability. Traditionally, inverse problems are application oriented, although there are also pure mathematical problems that are considered to be inverse problems.
Our team is one of the research teams at the Department of Mathematics at Tampere University of Technology. Our team studies inverse problems and several of their applications, varying from microscaled biology to understanding phenomena at galactic scales.
Our projects are part of the research programme of the Finnish Centre of Excellence in Inverse Problems Research and they are funded by the Academy of Finland and Tampere University of Technology. The centre of excellence status has been granted for the periods 2006-2011 and 2012-2017.
A paper titled "3D shape of asteroid (6) Hebe from VLT/SPHERE imaging: Implications for the origin of ordinary H chondrites" was published in the Astronomy & Astrophysics journal.
Three new publications were added to the publication list: 1) Shape and spin distributions of asteroid populations from brightness variation estimates and large databases, 2) Volumes and bulk densities of forty asteroids from ADAM shape modeling, and 3) Shape model of asteroid (130) Elektra from optical photometry and disk-resolved images from VLT/SPHERE and Nirc2/Keck.
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