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Mathematics of Electron Microscope Tomography

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The aim is to describe the mathematics associated with electron tomography, a 3D imaging modality based on electron microscopy data. Focus will be on weakly scattering biological specimens, in which case electron tomography becomes a phase contrast tomographic imaging modality. The emphasis is to (a) introduce the forward model, (b) describing the inverse problem and its associated difficulties, and© point to some mathematical developments related to addressing these difficulties.

This talk is part of the Applied and Computational Analysis series.

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