|Clifford J. Nolan
Lecturer in Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Limerick, Ireland
Ph.D. Applied Mathematical Analysis, Rice University, 1997
Clifford Nolan is a lecturer in mathematics at the University of Limerick in Ireland. He runs a research group in mathematical imaging (RADAR, electromagnetic, elastic, ultrasound), with applications in various areas such as the environment, medical imaging, manufacturing industry, etc. This work is supported by a grant from the Science Foundation Ireland. Prior to returning to his native Ireland, Clifford was a tenure-track professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Prior to this, he tenured a NSF fellowship for three years at the University of Washington.
Medical and seismic imaging using microlocal analysis.
Synthetic-Aperture Imaging through a Dispersive Layer. C.J. Nolan & M. Cheney, Vol. 20, pp. 507-532, 2004.
Geometrical Optics for Generic Anisotropic Materials. C.J. Nolan & G. Uhlmann, Contemporary Mathematics, Inverse Problems: Theory and Applications, No. 333, pp. 177-185, American Mathematical Society, 2003.
Permittivity recovery from multiple chararcteristic waves. C.J. Nolan, SIAM J. App. Math, Vol. 62, no. 2, pp. 448-461, 2001.
Scattering In The Presence Of Fold Caustics. C.J. Nolan. SIAM J. App. Math., Vol. 61, no.2, pp. 659-672, 2001
Global solution of a linearized inverse problem for the acoustic wave equation. C. J. Nolan & W. W. Symes, Comm. in P.D.E., Vol. 22, Nos 5-6, 1997.
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