Andrew Homan
Office: MATH 1031
homana@purdue.edu

Research

I'm interested in applying microlocal analysis to inverse problems that arise in medical imaging, non-destructive evaluation, and tomography.

  1. (With Hanming Zhou.) Injectivity and stability for a generic class of generalized Radon transforms.
    Preprint: arXiv:1502.06510 [math.DG].
  2. Cancellation of singularities in SAR for curved flight paths and non-flat topography.
    Inverse Problems. 30(8):085001, 2014.
    Preprint: arXiv:1401.4014 [math.AP].
  3. Multi-wave imaging in attenuating media.
    Inverse Problems and Imaging. 7(4):1235-1250, 2013.
    Preprint: arXiv:1212.5187 [math.AP].

Conferences

  1. RTG IPDE Summer School 2013 at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington.
  2. AIPC 2013 at KAIST in Daejeon, Korea.
    ("Time reversal in attenuating models of ultrasound.")