Dear colleagues,

I hope you are all enjoying a relaxing summer time. Since our annual
meeting in Münster will already take place in about 2 weeks, we
would like to inform you about the general assembly of MSIP at this
event. Moreover, the next GAMM Annual Meeting 2016 joint with DMV
will be quite exciting with even a plenary lecture held by one of
our members. As usual, we also include the new job openings and
conferences at the end.

Annual MSIP Meeting

The 1st Applied Mathematics Symposium Münster on "Variational
Methods for Dynamic Inverse Problems and Imaging" will take place
in Münster, Germany from September 28-30, 2015, organized by Martin
Burger, Jan-Frederik Pietschmann, Matthias Schlottbom, Daniel
Tenbrinck, and Frank Wübbeling. For more details, we refer to the

This meeting will also serve as the annual meeting of our activity
group. Hence there will be a general assembly, which will take place
on September 28 at 5:30PM.

GAMM-DMV Meeting 2016

The next GAMM Annual Meeting in 2016 in Braunschweig taking place
from March 7-11 will be quite exciting. This will be a joint
meeting with the DMV, hence we also look forward to a large variety
of talks from other areas of mathematics not present in GAMM. But,
even more importantly, our area is represented by a plenary talk, a
Young Researcher's Minisymposium, as well as our traditional

Emmy Noether Lecture
Gerlind Plonka-Hoch (Göttingen)

Young Researcher's Minisymposium
Title: "Dedicated regularization for variational image processing"
Organizers: Martin Holler (Graz), Michael Möller (München)
Speakers: Martin Benning, Ronny Bergmann, Jan Lellmann, Jackie Ma,
Tao Wu.

Section "Mathematical signal and image processing"
Organizers: Martin Ehler (Wien), Dirk Lorenz (Braunschweig)

More information can be found on the webpage:

We would like to encourage you to join. The registration for this
event will start on September 15.

Finally, if you have any suggestions or comments, we would be very happy if you could let us know.


With best regards, 

Martin Burger and Gitta Kutyniok