# Papers in Refereed Journals

1. A contribution to the analytic theory of partial differential equations,*J. Diff. Eqns.***5** (l969), 117-135.

2. Jacobi polynomials of negative index and a nonexistence theorem for the generalized axially symmetric potential equation,*SIAM J. Appl. Math.***l6** (l968), 771-776.

3. Singularities of solutions to elliptic partial differential equations with analytic coefficients,*Quart. J. Math.***19** (l968), 391-396 (with R. P. Gilbert).

4 Jacobi series which converge to zero, with applications to a class of singular partial differential equations,*Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc.***65** (l969), 101-106 (with Jet Wimp).

5. A priori estimates for solutions of the Helmholtz equation in exterior domains and their application,*J. Math. Anal. Appl.***27** (l969), 253-26l.

6. Uniqueness theorems for axially symmetric partial differential equations,*J. Math. Mech.***18** (1969), 921-930.

7. Analytic theory and uniqueness problems for the generalized axially symmetric Schrodinger equation,*J. Diff. Eqns.***6** (l969), 264-270.

8. Cauchy’s problem for almost linear elliptic equations in two independent variables,*J. Approx. Theory*,**3** (l970), 66-71.

9. John’s decomposition theorem for generalized metaharmonic functions,*J. London Math. Soc.***1** (l969), 737-742.

10. Nonlinear analytic partial differential equations with generalized Goursat data,*Duke Math. J.***37** (l970), 367-376. Corrigendum, 39 (l972), 823 (with R. P. Gilbert).

11. Applications of a class of singular partial differential equations to Gegenbauer series which converge to zero,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.***1** (l970), 90-95.

12. A contribution to Vekua-Rellich theory of metaharmonic functions,*Amer. J. Math.*,**92** (l970), 525-540 (with R. P. Gilbert).

13. Decomposition theorems for the generalized metaharmonic equation in several independent variables,*J. Australian Math. Soc.***13** (l972), 35-46.

14. Cauchy’s problem for a singular parabolic partial differential equation,*J. Diff. Eqns.***8** (l970), 250-257.

15. On the inverse scattering problem for axially symmetric solutions of the Helmholtz equation,*Quart. J. Math.***22** (1971), 125-130.

16. Cauchy’s problem for almost linear elliptic equations in two independent variables, II,*J. Approx. Theory***4** (1971), 288-294.

17. An integral operator approach to Cauchy’s problem for,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.* **2** (1971), 113-132, (with R. P. Gilbert).

18. Rapidly convergent approximations to Dirichlet’s problem for semi-linear elliptic equations,*Applicable Analysis***2** (1972), 229-240 (with R. P. Gilbert).

19. Cauchy’s problem for a class of fourth order elliptic equations in two independent variables,*Applicable Analysis***1** (1971), 13-22.

20. Integral operators and complete families of solutions for,*Arch. Rat. Mech. Anal.* **43** (1971), 62-78. Corrigendum, 48 (l972), 397 (with R. P. Gilbert).

21. Bergman operators for elliptic equations in four independent variables,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.***3** (l972), 401-412.

22. Integral representations of solutions to a class of fourth order elliptic equations in three independent variables, *Mathematika***18** (1971), 283-290.

23. Integral operators for elliptic equations in three independent variables I,*Applicable Analysis***4** (l974), 77-95.

24. Integral operators for elliptic equations in three independent variables II,*Applicable Analysis***4** (l975), 283-295.

25. On the analytic theory of pseudoparabolic equations,*Quart. J. Math.***23**(1972), 179-192.

26. Improperly posed initial value problems for self-adjoint hyperbolic and elliptic equations,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.***4** (1973), 42-5l.

27. Pseudoparabolic equations in one space variable,*J. Diff. Eqns.***12**(l972), 559-565.

28. Integral operators and the first initial boundary value problem for pseudoparabolic equations with analytic coefficients,*J. Diff. Eqns.***13** (l973), 506-522.

29. Bergman operators for parabolic equations in two space variables,*Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.***38** (l973), ll9-l26.

30 The non-characteristic Cauchy problem for parabolic equations in one space variable,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.***5** (l974), 263-272.

31. The non-characteristic Cauchy problem for parabolic equations in two space variables,*Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.***41** (l973), 55l-556.

32. Generalized reflection principles for parabolic equations in one space variable,*Duke Math. J.***41** (l974), 547-553.

33. Integral operators and reflection principles for parabolic equations in one space variable,*J. Diff. Eqns.***15** (l974), 551-559.

34. The approximation of solutions to initial boundary value problems for parabolic equations in one space variable,*Quart. Applied Math.***33** (l976), 377-386.

35. The inverse Stefan problem for the heat equation in two space variables, *Mathematika***21** (l974), 282-286.

36. Runge’s theorem for parabolic equations in two space variables,*Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh***73A** (l975), 307-3l5.

37. Complete families of solutions for parabolic equations with analytic coefficients,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.***6** (l975), 937-947.

38. The solution of initial-boundary value problems for parabolic equations by the method of integral operators,*J. Diff. Eqns.*,**26** (l977), 181-l90.

39. Constructive methods for solving the exterior Neumann problem for the reduced wave equation in a spherically symmetric medium,*Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh*,**75A** (l976), 98-l07 (with W. Wendland)

40. An inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves in a spherically symmetric medium,*Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc.***20** (l977), 257-263.

41. A reflection principle for solutions to the Helmholtz equation and an application to the inverse scattering problem,*Glasgow Math. J.*,**18** (l977), 125-130.

42. Complete families of solutions to the heat equation and generalized heat equation in,*J. Diff. Eqns.*, **25** (l977), 96-l07 (with W. Watzlawek).

43. The scattering of acoustic waves by a spherically stratified inhomogeneous medium,*Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh*,**76A** (l977), 345-350.

44. The exterior Dirichlet problem for,*Applicable Analysis*, **7** (l978), 207-212.

45. The scattering of acoustic waves by a spherically stratified medium and an obstacle,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.*,**9** (l978), 935-942.

46. The solution of problems in radiowave propagation by the method of parabolic equations and transformation operators,*Applicable Analysis*,**8** (l978), ll-22.

47. The numerical solution of parabolic partial differential equations by the method of integral operators,*Int. J. Computer Math.*,**6** (l977), 229-239 (with Y. F. Chang).

48. On reflection principles for parabolic equations in one space variable,*Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc.*,**21** (l978), l43-l47.

49. The construction of solutions to acoustic scattering problems in a spherically stratified medium,*Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*,**31** (l978), 9-17 (with R. Kress).

50. Remarks on the representation of zero by solutions of differential equations,*Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*,**74** (l979), 232-234 (with J. Wimp).

51. The construction of solutions to acoustic scattering problems in a spherically stratified medium II,*Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*,**32** (l979), 53-62 (with R. Kress).

52. The construction of solutions to the heat equation backward in time,*Math. Methods Applied Science*,**1** (l979), 32-39 (with J. Wimp).

53. Asymptotic behavior of the fundamental solution to the equation of heat conduction in two temperatures,*J. Math. Anal. Appl.*,**69** (l979), 4ll-4l8 (with J. Wimp).

54. The approximation of solutions to the backwards heat equation in a nonhomogeneous medium,*J. Math. Anal. Appl.*,**72** (l979), 418-429.

55. The inverse scattering problem for a cylinder,*Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh*,**84A** (l979), l35-l43.

56. Arthur Erdelyi (Obituary Notice),*Bull. London Math. Soc.*,**11** (1979), 191-207.

57. The direct and inverse scattering problems for an arbitrary cylinder: Dirichlet boundary conditions,*Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh*,**86A** (l980), 29-42 (with R. Kleinman).

58. Schwarz reflection principles for solutions of parabolic equations,*Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*,**82** (l98l), 87-94.

59. Iterative methods for solving the exterior Dirichlet problem for the Helmholtz equation with applications to the inverse scattering problem for low frequency acoustic waves,*J. Math. Anal. Appl.***77 **(l980), 60-72 (with R. Kress).

60. Remarks on the inverse scattering problem for low frequency acoustic waves,*J. Diff. Eqns.*,**37** (l980), 374-38l.

61. The determination of the surface impedance of an obstacle from measurements of the far field pattern,*SIAM J. Appl. Math.***41** (l98l), 8-l5 (with A. Kirsch).

62. Stable methods for solving the inverse scattering problem for a cylinder,*Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh*,**89A** (l98l), l8l-l88 (with A. Kirsch).

63. The impedance boundary value problem for the time harmonic Maxwell equations,*Math. Methods Applied Science*,**3** (l98l), 475-487 (with R. Kress).

64. The inverse electromagnetic scattering problem for a perfectly conducting cylinder,*IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation***29** (1981), 364-368.

65. The three dimensional inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves,*J. Diff. Eqns.***46** (1982), 46-58 (with T. S. Angell and A. Kirsch).

66. Runge’s theorem and far field patterns for the impedance boundary value problem in acoustic wave propagation,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.***13** (l982), 970-977.

67. The unique solvability of the null field equations of acoustics,*Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*,**36** (l983), 87-95 (with R. Kress).

68. Stable methods for determining the surface impedance of an obstacle from low frequency far field data,*Applicable Analysis*,**14** (l982), 6l-70.

69. Dense sets and far field patterns in acoustic wave propagation,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.*,**15 **(l984), 996-l006 (with A. Kirsch).

70. Far field patterns for the impedance boundary value problem in acoustic scattering,*Applicable Analysis*,**16** (1983), 131-139.

71. The numerical solution of the inverse Stefan problem in two space variables,*SIAM J. Appl. Math.*,**44** (1984), 996-1013 (with R. Reemtsen).

72. The inverse scattering problem for time-harmonic acoustic waves,*SIAM Review*,**26** (1984), 323-350.

73. Uniqueness theorems for the inverse problem of acoustic scattering,*IMA J. Appl. Math.***31** (l983), 253-259 (with B. D. Sleeman).

74. Dense sets and far field patterns in electromagnetic wave propagation,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.*,**16 **(1985), 1049-1060, (with R. Kress).

75. Analytic solutions of the heat equation and some formulas for Laguerre and Hermite polynomials,*Complex Variables***3** (l984), 397-412 (with J. Wimp).

76. The strong maximum principle for the heat equation,*Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc.*,**27** (1984), 297-299.

77. A novel method for solving the inverse scattering problem for time-harmonic acoustic waves in the resonance region,*SIAM J. Appl. Math.*,**45** (1985), 1039-1053 (with P. Monk).

78. A novel method for solving the inverse scattering problem for time-harmonic acoustic waves in the resonance region II,*SIAM J. Appl. Math.***, 46**(1986), 506-523 (with P. Monk).

79. Generalized Herglotz domains,*Math. Methods Applied Sciences*,**8** (1986), 451-457 (with J. Wimp).

80. The numerical solution of the three dimensional inverse scattering problem for time harmonic acoustic waves,*SIAM J. Sci. Stat. Comp.*,**8** (1987), 278-291 (with P. Monk).

81. The inverse scattering problem for time harmonic acoustic waves in a penetrable medium,*Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*,**40** (1987), 189-212 (with P. Monk).

82. The inverse scattering problem for time harmonic acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium,*Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*,**41** (1988), 97-125 (with P. Monk).

83. Dense sets and far field patterns for acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium,*Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc.*,**31** (1988), 401-407.

84. Karp’s theorem in acoustic scattering theory,*Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*,**103** (1988), 783-788 (with A. Kirsch).

85. Far field patterns and the inverse scattering problem for electromagnetic waves in an inhomogeneous medium,*Math. Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc.*,**103** (1988), 561-575 (with L. Päivärinta).

86. Karp’s theorem in electromagnetic scattering theory,*Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.*,**104** (1988), 764-769 (with R. Kress).

87. Far field patterns and the inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium,*Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.*,**42 **(1989), 317-326.

88. Some preliminary observations on an algorithm for the computation of moment integrals,*J. Comp. Applied Math.*,**19** (1987), 117-124 (with A. Calardi, B. Kline and J. Wimp).

89. Far field patterns for acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.***20** (1989), 1472-1483 (with A. Kirsch and L. Päivärinta).

90. The inverse scattering problem for time harmonic acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium: numerical experiments,*IMA Jour. Appl. Math.*,**42 **(1989), 77-95 (with P. Monk).

91. A new method for solving the inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium,*Inverse Problems***5** (1989), 1013-1026 (with P. Monk).

92. Far field patterns and inverse scattering problems for imperfectly conducting obstacles,*Math. Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc.***106** (1989), 553-569 (with T.S. Angell and R. Kress).

93. The scattering of electromagnetic waves by a perfectly conducting infinite cylinder,*Math. Methods Applied Sciences*,**12** (1990), 503-518 (with P. Monk).

94. Far field patterns for electromagnetic waves in an inhomogeneous medium,*SIAM J. Math. Anal.*,**21** (1990), 1537-1549 (with L. Päivärinta).

95. Time harmonic electromagnetic waves in an inhomogeneous medium,*Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh***116A** (1990), 279-293 (with R. Kress).

96. A new method for solving the inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium II,*Inverse Problems*,**6 **(1990), 935-947 (with P. Monk).

97. The use of polarization effects in electromagnetic inverse scattering problems,*Math. Methods Applied Science*,**15** (1992), 1-10 (with A. Kirsch).

98. An approximation problem in inverse scattering theory,*Applicable Analysis*,**41** (1991), 23-32 (with A. Kirsch).

99., A comparison of two methods for solving the inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves in an inhomogeneous medium,*J. Comp. Appl. Math.***42** (1992), 5-16 (with P. Monk).

100. The uniqueness of a solution to an inverse scattering problem for electromagnetic waves,*Arch. Rational Mech. Anal.***119** (1992), 59-70 (with L. Päivärinta).

101. The numerical solution of an inverse scattering problem for acoustic waves,*IMA Journal Appl. Math.***49** (1992), 163-184 (with P. Monk).

102. On a class of integral equations of the first kind in inverse scattering theory,*SIAM J. Appl. Math.*,**53 **(1993), 847-860 (with P. Monk).

103. Modified far field operators in inverse scattering theory,*SIAM J. Math. Anal*,**24** (1993), 365-389 (with P. Hahner).

104. Target signatures for imperfectly conducting obstacles at fixed frequency,*Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.***47 **(1994), 1-15 (with A. Kirsch).

105. Eigenvalues of the far field operator and inverse scattering theory,*SIAM J. Math Anal.*,**26 **(1995), 601-615 (with R. Kress).

106. Eigenvalues of the far field operator for the Helmholtz equation in an absorbing medium,*SIAM J. Appl. Math.*,**55 **(1995), 1724-1735 (with R. Kress).

107. A modified dual space method for solving the electromagnetic inverse scattering problem for an infinite cylinder,*Inverse Problems*,**10** (1994), 87-107 (with P. Monk).

108. The detection and monitoring of leukemia using electromagnetic waves: mathematical theory,*Inverse Problems***10 **(1994), 1235-1251 (with P. Monk).

109. A new approach to detecting leukemia: using computational electromagnetics,*IEEE Comp. Science and Engineering*,**2** (1995), 46-52 (with P. Monk).

110. The detection and monitoring of leukemia using electromagnetic waves: numerical analysis,*Inverse Problems***11** (1995), 329-342 (with P. Monk).

111. A new algorithm in electromagnetic inverse scattering theory with an application to medical imaging,*Math Methods Applied Science*,**20** (1997), 385-401 (with R. Kress and P. Monk).

112. A simple method for solving inverse scattering problems in the resonance region,*Inverse Problems,***12** (1996), 383-393 (with A. Kirsch).

113. A linear sampling method for the detection of leukemia using microwaves,*SIAM J. Applied Math.*,**58** (1998), 926-941 (with P. Monk).

114. A simple method using Morozov’s discrepancy principle for solving inverse scattering problems,*Inverse Problems,***13** (1997), 1477-1493 (with M. Piana and R. Potthast).

115. Inverse scattering from an orthotropic medium,*J. Comp. Appl. Math.,***81** (1997), 269-298 (with R. Kress and P. Monk).

116. The simple method for solving the electromagnetic inverse scattering problem: the case of TE polarized waves,*Inverse Problems,***14** (1998), 597-614 (with M. Piana).

117. The inverse electromagnetic scattering problem for an anisotropic medium,*Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math.***52** (1999), 349-372 (with R. Potthast).

118. A regularized sampling method for solving three dimensional inverse scattering problems,*SIAM J. Scientific Computation*,**21** (2000), 2316-2330 (with K. Giebermann and P. Monk).

119. A linear sampling method for the detection of leukemia using microwaves II,*SIAM J. Applied Math.,***60** (1999), 241-255 (with P. Monk).

120. Transmission eigenvalues and a problem of Hans Lewy,*J. Comp. Appl. Math.*,**117** (2000), 91-104 (with L. Päivärinta).

121. Recent developments in inverse acoustic scattering theory,*SIAM Review*,**42** (2000), 369-414 (with J. Coyle and P. Monk).

122. An approximation property of importance in inverse scattering theory,*Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc.*,**44** (2001), 449-454 (with B. D. Sleeman).

123. Inequalities for inverse scattering problems in absorbing media, *Inverse Problems,***17 **(2001), 597-605 (with M. Piana).

124. The direct and inverse scattering problems for partially coated obstacles,*Inverse Problems*,**17 **(2001), 1997-2015 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk). Corrigendum, *Inverse Problems*, **29** (2013), 029501.

125. On the denseness of Herglotz wave functions and electromagnetic Herglotz pairs in Sobolev spaces,*Math. Methods Applied Science,***24 **(2001), 1289-1303 (with R. Kress).

126. Mathematical and numerical methods in inverse acoustic scattering theory,*Zeit. Ang. Math. Mech.*,**81 **(2001), 723-731 (with P. Monk).

127. The linear sampling method for anisotropic media,*J. Comp. Appl. Math.,***146 **(2002), 285-299 (with F. Cakoni and H. Haddar).

128. The linear sampling method for solving the electromagnetic inverse scattering problem,*SIAM J. Scientific Computation,***24** (2002), 719-731 (with H. Haddar and P. Monk).

129. Combined far field operators in electromagnetic inverse scattering theory,*Math. Methods Applied Science, ***26** (2003), 413-429 (with F. Cakoni).

130. The linear sampling method for cracks, *Inverse Problems,***19** (2003), 279-295 (with F.Cakoni).

131 On the mathematical basis of the linear sampling method, *Georgian Mathematical Journal*, **10 **(2003), 411-425 (with F. Cakoni).

132. The inverse electromagnetic scattering problem for screens, *Inverse Problems, ***19** (2003), 627-642 (with F. Cakoni and E. Darrigrand).133

133. A uniqueness theorem for an inverse electromagnetic scattering problem in inhomogeneous anisotropic media,*Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc.***46** (2003), 293-314 (with F. Cakoni).

134. The linear sampling method in inverse electromagnetic scattering theory,*Inverse Problems,***19**, (2003), 105-137 (with H. Haddar and M. Piana).

135. The determination of the surface impedance of a partially coated obstacle from far field data, *SIAM J. Appl. Math*.,**64**(2004), 709-723 (with F. Cakoni).

136. The electromagnetic inverse scattering problem for partially coated Lipschitz domains,*Proc. Royal Soc. Edinburgh,***134A*** *(2004), 661-682 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).

137. A target signature for distinguishing perfect conductors from anisotropic media of finite conductivity,*Math. Comp. Sim.* **66 **(2004), 325-335 (with F. Cakoni).

138. The determination of the surface conductivity of a partially coated dielectric,*SIAM J. Appl. Math. ***65** (2005), 767-789 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).

139. An application of the reciprocity gap functional to inverse scattering theory, *Inverse Problems ***21 **(2005), 383-398 (with H. Haddar).

140. Open problems in the qualitative approach to inverse electromagnetic scattering theory, *European Jour. Appl. Math. * **16 **(2005), 411- 425 (with F. Cakoni).

141. Target identification of coated objects,* IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation** ***54** (2006), 1232 – 1242 (with P. Monk).

142. Target identification of buried objects, *Comp. Appl. Math., ***25** (2006), 269-288 (with F. Cakoni).

143. Using fundamental solutions in inverse scattering, *Inverse Problems ***22 **(2006), R49 – R66 (with R.Kress

144. The inverse electromagnetic scattering problem for a partially coated dielectric, *J. Comp. Appl. Math.*, **204** (2007), 256-267 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk)145.

145. The interior transmission problem, *Inverse Problems and Imaging, ***1** (2007), 13-28 (with L. Paivarinta and J. Sylvester).146

146. On the use of transmission eigenvalues to estimate * *the index of refraction from far field data, *Inverse Problems*, **23** (2007), 507-522 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).

147. Inequalities in inverse scattering theory, *Inverse and Ill-posed Problems*, **15** (2007), 483-491 (with F. Cakoni).

148. Transmission eigenvalues and the nondestructive testing of dielectrics, *Inverse Problems, ***24 **(2008) 065016 (with F. Cakoni and M. Cayoren).

149. The computation of lower bounds for the norm of the index of refraction in an anisotropic media from far field data, *Jour. Integral Equations and Applications*, **21** (2009), 203-227 (with F. Cakoni and H. Haddar).

150. The determination of boundary coefficients from far field measurements, *Jour. Integral Equations and Applications, ***22** (2010), 167-191 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).

151. The interior transmission problem for regions with cavities, *SIAM J. Math. Anal., ***42 **(2010), 145-162 (with F. Cakoni and H. Haddar).

152. On the determination of Dirichlet or transmission eigenvalues from far field data, *Compte Rendues Mathematique, ***348 **(2010), 379-383 (with F. Cakoni and H. Haddar).

153. Analytical and computational methods for transmisson eigenvalues, *Inverse Problems, ***26** (2010), 045011 (with P. Monk and J. Sun).

154. The inverse electromagnetic scattering problem for anisostropic media, *Inverse Problems, ***26** (2010), 074004 (with F. Cakoni, P. Monk and J. Sun).

155. The interior transmission eigenvalue problem, *SIAM J. Math. Anal., ***42** (2010), 2912-2921 (with F. Cakoni and D. Gintides).

156. The inverse scattering problem for cavities with impedance boundary condition, *Advances in Computational Mathematics, ***36** (2012), 157-174 (with H. Qin).

157. The inverse scattering problem for cavities,* Applied Numerical Mathematics,* **62** (2012), 699-708 (with H. Qin).

158. The interior transmission eigenvalue problem for absorbing media, *Inverse Problems*, **28** (2012), 045005 (with F. Cakoni and H. Haddar).

159. Complex transmission eigenvalues for spherically stratified media, *Inverse Problems*, **28** (2012), 075005 (with Y. J. Leung).

160. Complex eigenvalues and the inverse spectral problem for transmission eigenvalues, *Inverse Problems*, **29** (2013), 104008 (with Y. J. Leung).

161. The inverse scattering problem for a penetrable cavity with internal measurements, *Contemporary Mathematics, Vol. 615, AMS, Providence, RI*, 2014, 71-88 (with F. Cakoni and S. Meng).

162. Toward a time domain approach to the linear sampling method,

*Inverse Problems*,

**29**(2013) 095016 (with Y. Guo and P. Monk).

163. The inverse spectral problem for exterior transmission eigenvalues,

*Inverse Problems*,

**30**(2014) 055010 (with Y. J. Leung and S. Meng).

164. Spectral properties of the exterior transmission eigenvalue problem,

*Inverse Problems*,

**30**(2014) 105010 (with S. Meng).

(2017

165. Distribution of complex transmission eigenvalues for spherically stratified media,

*Inverse Problems*,

**31**(2015) 035006 (with Y.J. Leung and S. Meng).

166 The linear sampling method for sparse small aperture data,

*Applicable Analysis*,

**95**(2016), 1599-1615 (with Y. Guo and P. Monk).

167 On a transmission eigenvalue problem for a spherically stratified coated dielectric,

*Inverse Problems and Imaging*,

**10**(2016), 369-377 (with Y.J.Leung).

168 The existence of complex transmission eigenvalues for spherically stratified media,

*Applicable Analysis*,

**96**(2017), 39-47 (with Y.J. Leung).

169 Stekloff eigenvalues in inverse scattering,

*SIAM J. Appl. Math*,

**76**(2016), 1737-1763 (with F. Cakoni, S. Meng and P. Monk).

170 The Born transmission eigenvalue problem,

*Inverse Problems*,

**32**(2016), 105014 (with F. Cakoni and J. Rezac).

171. Qualitative methods in inverse electromagnetic scattering theory,

*IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine*,

**59**(2017),24-33 (with F. Cakoni and P. Monk).

172. The inverse spectral problem for transmission eigenvalues,

*Inverse Problems*

**33**(2017), 055015 (with S. Cogar and Y.J. Leung).

173. Peter Monk and inverse scattering theory, *Computers and Mathematics with Applications ***74 **(2017), 2460- 2644.

174. Modified transmission eigenvalues in inverse scattering theory, *SIAM Review 33 *(2017), 125002 (with S. Cogar ,S.Meng and P. Monk).

175 . Looking back on inverse scattering theory, *SIAM Review* **60** (2018), 779-807 (with R. Kress).

176. Using eigenvalues to detect anomalies in the exterior of a cavity, *Inverse Problems ***34 **(2018), 08506 (with S. Cogar and P. Monk).