Institut für Numerische und Angewandte Mathematik - Arbeitsgruppe Inverse Probleme
Tran Nhan Tam Quyen

I am an associated researcher at Institute for Numerical and Applied Mathematics, Georg-August-University of Goettingen.


  • Dr. (2019): University of Hamburg, Germany

Research interests

  • Inverse problems in partial differential equations (PDEs)

  • Optimal control of PDEs

  • Numerical analysis

  • Reduced basis methods

  • Bayesian approach to inverse problems of parameter identification in mathematical physics

  • Uncertainty quantification

Selected publications

  • Determining two coefficients in diffuse optical tomography with incomplete and noisy Cauchy data, Inverse Problems 36(2020) (31pp, accepted).

  • Convergence analysis of a Crank-Nicolson Galerkin method for an inverse source problem for parabolic systems with boundary observations, Applied Mathematics & Optimization 82(2020) (37pp, accepted) (with D.N. Hao and N.T. Son).

  • Finite element approximation of source term identification with TV-regularization, Inverse Problems 35(2019), 124004(27pp) (with M. Hinze).

  • Finite element analysis for identifying the reaction coefficient in PDE from boundary observations, Applied Numerical Mathematics 145(2019), 297-314.

  • A reaction coefficient identification problem for fractional diffusion, Inverse Problems 35(2019), 045010(33pp) (with E. Otarola).

  • Identifying conductivity in electrical impedance tomography with total variation regularization, Numerische Mathematik 138(2018), 723-765 (with M. Hinze and B. Kaltenbacher).