Peijun Li awarded the Calderón Prize



Associate Professor Peijun Li was awarded the fifth Calderón Prize by the Inverse Problems International Association (IPIA).

The Calderón Prize is awarded to scholars under 40 who have made distinguished contributions to the field of inverse problems broadly defined. The prize includes a certificate, a $500 cash prize, and an an invitation to give a plenary lecture at the Applied Inverse Problems conference in Helsinki.

Li’s Calderón Prize Lecture, Near-Field Imaging of Rough Surfaces, was given on May 26 during the 2015 Applied Inverse Problems conference.