Creating a voice: a challenging inverse problem (part 1)

This month you can read about an exciting inverse problem on the new issue of Physics World. Professor Samuli Siltanen from University of Helsinki was interviewed regarding the current research in Finland for synthesizing speech and creating artificial voice. This study is part of a big research project in Finland, connecting University of Helsinki, University of Tampere, […]

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Transmission eigenvalues: promising for applications? (part II)

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I have been working with transmission eigenvalues for the past 2 years, before turning to sparse tomography. If you do not know what I am talking about, read this brief introduction first. A breakthrough in such field was reached when the question whether transmission eigenvalues and non-scattering energies coincide or not (*) was solved. The […]

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