Mikko Kaasalainen, the leader of the Inverse Tampere research group, passed away in April after a long illness. Mikko was a kind visionary and we miss him dearly.
The doctoral dissertation of M.Sc. (Tech.) Mika Takala titled Asteroid Tomography by Utilizing Nanosatellites will be publicly examined in the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences at Tampere University starting on Friday August 28th at 16:00 (UTC +3:00).
A new version of the popular tree reconstruction procedure TreeQSM has been published in GitHub. This is the first major update since the initial release.
The total sum of views for the videos by our Inverse Problems research group recently topped 10,000. On top of that, the animations or parts of them have been featured in numerous presentations over the years. Thank you to everyone who watched, and for all the great feedback.
The excellent thesis of H. Nortunen titled Light, Shape and Space: Direct and Inverse Problems of Individual Objects and Populations was defended in late June and the thesis is available online.
The thesis of M. Åkerblom titled Quantitative Tree Reconstruction from Terrestrial Laser Scanning Data and Applications was defended in late May and the thesis is available online.
A recent publication was added to the publication list. The article titled "Distribution of shape elongations of main belt asteroids derived from Pan-STARRS1 photometry" was published in Astronomy & Astrophysics in early April.