Organizers of this minisymposium are
Inverse scattering problems, which underpins a broad spectrum of contemporary scientific and technological developments, deal with recovering information on ”hidden” objects from the observed effect they leave on interrogating waves. Applications include medical imaging, seismic exploration, non-destructive testing, radar and sonar technologies. Inverse scattering theory is an very active area of mathematical and computational research. This minisymposium aims to communicate some of recent advancements in the area, including (but not limited to) uniqueness results with few incident waves, novel reconstructions methods and imaging through complex and random media, as well as identify challenges and new trends.