Per Christian Hansen
Building: 303B, 114
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
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Per Christian Hansen's research focuses on computational methods for the solution of large mathematical and engineering problems. His main research area concerns the numerical solution of inverse problems in, e.g., tomography and iamge deblurring. His work on numerical methods for regularization is internationally recognized. His h-index is 45 (January 2017) and he is a SIAM Fellow.
Per Christian Hansen is professor of Scientific Computing at the Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modelling. He was awarded the Danish Dr. Techn. doctoral degree in 1996 from DTU in the area of numerical analysis. He has spent several research visits at American universitise, such as Stanford University, UCLA, Emory University, and Tufts University.
Per Christian Hansen teaching in numerical algorithms and inverse problems. He has published 4 books on numerical methods and inverse problems and almost 100 scientific papers in international journals.
|1977 - 1982||MSc, Electrical Engineering - Technical University of Denmark|
|1982 - 1985||PhD, Numerical Analysis - Technical University of Denmark|
Dr. Techn, Technical University of Denmark, 1996.
PhD in Numerical Analysis, Technical University of Denmark, 1985.
MSc in Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, 1982.
|1985 - 1985||Research Fellow - Technial University of Denmark, Department of Numerical Analysis|
|1985 - 1988||Research Associate - Copenhagen University, Astronomical Observatory|
|1988 - 1996||Senior Consultant - UNI-C|
|1996 -||Professor in Scientific Computing (IMM) - Technical University of Denmark, Informatics and Mathematical Modelling|
Professor Per Christian Hansen has worked with numerical regularization algorithms for 25 years, has published 3 books and 80+ papers in leading journals, and his research monograph ``Rank-Deficient and Discrete Ill-Posed Problems'' is the most widely used book on the subject. He has developed several related software packages, of which "Regularization Tools" has become the standard toolbox for analysis and solution of discrete inverse problems, and it has been downloaded more than 4000 times from Matlab's File Exchange Central.
His current research projects involve geomagnetic prospecting (joint with University of Naples, Italy), image deblurring (joint with Emory University, Atlanta, USA and Tufts University, Boston, USA), tomography in material science (joint with Risø National Laboratory and Linköping University), and scientific GPU computing.
1986: Research Associate (6 months), Department of Computer Science, Stanford University, supported by a Fulbright Grant.
1988: Research Associate (1 month), Department of Mathematics, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, during the Numerical Linear Algebra Year.
1989: Research Associate (7 months), Dept. of Mathematics, UCLA.
1990: Visiting Scholar (1 month), Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory.
1992: Visiting Scholar (1 month), University of California, Berkeley.
2004: Visiting Scholar (1 month), Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University, Atlanta.
2006: Visiting Scholar (1 month), Dept. of Mathematics, Tufts University, Medford.
Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2016
Publication: Research › Ph.D. thesis – Annual report year: 2017
Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2017
Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1572-9265
Springer New York LLC, United States
BFI (2017): BFI-level 2, Scopus rating (2015): SJR 1.116 SNIP 1.217, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes
Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1572-9125
Springer Netherlands, Netherlands
BFI (2017): BFI-level 2, Scopus rating (2015): SJR 1.221 SNIP 1.262, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes
Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1095-7162
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, United States
BFI (2017): BFI-level 2, Scopus rating (2015): SJR 2.052 SNIP 1.651, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes