Modern data analysis techniques for ion beam analysis

Track Date and time Hall Duration
Invited Lectures Wednesday, 17. June 2015., 08:30 Orhideja Hall 30’

Udo von Toussaint

Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Boltzmannstrasse 2, 85748 Garching, Germany

Many experimental methods in ion beam analysis have reached a very high standard with respect to physics understanding and hardware capabilities and often further progress is expected to be only incremental. An area which still holds the promise for significant progress is, however, the optimized collection and improved analysis of the gathered data. Recent developments in the handling of ill-posed and/or undetermined problems based on sparse regularization or fast inference methods still wait to be explored within the ion-beam community. Several examples, mostly centered around NRA-measurements will demonstrate the potential of the new approaches to ion-beam analysis.

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