The third session of the 2001 SEG Summer Research Workshop on “Synergies in Geophysical, Medical, and Space Imaging” discussed imaging in complex media—a challenge in all sciences. Just consider imaging the living human body where parts are always moving! Presentations in this session focused on imaging applications in which the big challenge is to create an image, rather than to extract quantitative information from the image.

Because of circumstances outside of anyone's control, keynote speaker Mathias Fink of the Laboratoire Ondes et Acoustic, ESPCI, University Denis Diderot had to cancel his talk on medical imaging via time-reversed acoustics. This was...

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