Uniqueness results for the inverse conductivity problem

Michael Crabb (University of Manchester)

Frank Adams Room 1, School of Mathematics, Alan Turing Building,

Some uniqueness results for the inverse conductivity problem will be discussed. I will describe how complex geometric optics (CGO) solutions were used in the 1980s to prove uniqueness of solution for the complete data problem in three or more dimensions. I will briefly discuss how these methods have been extended to tackle some partial data problems, as well as some recent developments for the local partial data problem that are most relevant in practical applications.

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