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Dear colleagues,

With this newsletter, we would like to inform you about about the
following topics:
1.) Our Annual Meeting 2017 in Bremen
2.) Nominations for Annual GAMM Meeting 2019
3.) Call for Young Researcher for Minisymposium at Annual GAMM Meeting 2019
4.) New Job Openings
5.) Upcoming Workshops and Conferences

1.) Our Annual Meeting 2017 in Bremen
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In this year, our Annual MSIP-Meeting took place in Bremen some days ago.
Topics ranging from imaging sciences up to machine learning were covered
by six plenary talks and about 25 contributed talks. A great thanks for
the perfect organization to Emily King and her team.

2.) Nominations for Annual GAMM Meeting 2019
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This meeting will take place in Vienna in February 18-22, 2019. As usual,
we will have the opportunity to suggest
* Plenary Speakers
* Organizers of our own section
We would like to encourage you to take this opportunity and send us 
suggestions
by November 30, 2017.

3.) Call for Young Researcher for Minisymposium at Annual GAMM Meeting 2019
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Since during the last years, young members of our activity group were always
very successful when applying for such a Minisymposium, we would like to
encourage our young researchers to apply also this year. In parallel, please
let us know whether you plan to apply by December 17, since we would then
support your application by a letter to the GAMM office.

The new call can be found at
https://www.gamm-ev.de/index.php/en/calls/call-minisymposia.html
with a deadline of December 31, 2017. The call is as follows:

Like classical minisymposia, a young researchers' minisymposium shall 
focus on a
specific, timely research subject. It will last two hours with four to 
six lectures.
Two organisers from two different institutions apply for a young 
researchers'
minisymposium. Like all other speakers, they should be at most 35 years 
old and
not yet hold a tenured professor position. The speakers should also come 
from
different institutions.


4.) New Job Openings (for the long version, please see our webpage)
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1) Doctoral Studentship at University of Oxford, Mathematical Institute
2) PhD Positions at Fraunhofer MEVIS, Lübeck
3) Post-doctoral fellowship in Image Reconstruction/Deep Dictionary
Learning at KTH Royal Institute of Technology
4) Post-doctoral fellowship in PET/SPECT Image Reconstruction at
KTH Royal Institute of Technology


5.) Upcoming Workshops and Conferences
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1) 3. International Matheon Conference "Compressed Sensing and its 
Applications",
TU Berlin, 4.12.-8.12.2017 (H. Boche, G. Caire, R. Calderbank, G. Kutyniok,
R. Mathar, and P. Petersen).
2) International Conference on Mathematical Image Analysis (MIA'18), Berlin,
15.1.-17.1.2018 (J.-F. Aujol, L. Cohen, D. Cremers, J. Fadili, M. 
Hintermüller,
G. Kutyniok, M. Nikolova, G. Peyre, G. Plonka-Hoch, C.-B. Schönlieb, G. 
Steidl,
and J. Weickert).
3) GAMM Annual Meeting, Muenchen, 19.-23.3.2018.
4) SIAM Conference on Imaging Science (IS18), Bologna, 5.-8.6.2018.



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