Computational Physics and Inverse Problems research group

The Computational Physics and Inverse Problems research group studies computational and Bayesian inverse problems as well as uncertainty modelling. The group consists of several research teams with application fields in biomedical, industrial, geophysical and atmospheric inverse problems.

Aki Pulkkinen

Senior Researcher , Department of Applied Physics

Quantitative cell biology

01.10.2020 -
In the Quantitative Cell Biology laboratory, we study the biology of cells through the prism of quantitative sciences. We use cutting edge quantitative bio-imaging tools to count biomolecules such as proteins or mRNAs, measure their interactions, clustering or quantify their motion in live cells ...

Anna Kaasinen

University Lecturer , Department of Applied Physics

Eero Koponen

Early Stage Researcher , Department of Applied Physics

Petri Kuusela

Early Stage Researcher , Department of Applied Physics

Ari Laurén

Associate Professor , School of Forest Sciences