Per Christian Hansen
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
Building 303B Room 114
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Computational methods for inverse problems Iterative regularization Computational uncertainty quantification Numerical Analysis Matlab packages Matrix computations Regularization methods
Per Christian Hansen is a VILLUM Investogator and his 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 image deblurring. Recenetly his reseach also involves computational methods for uncertainty quantification of inverse problems. His work on numerical methods for regularization is internationally recognized. His h-index is 48 (March 2019) and he is a SIAM Fellow. Per Christian Hansen is professor of Scientific Computing at the Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modelling (DTU Compute). 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 universities, such as Stanford University, UCLA, Emory University, and Tufts University. Per Christian Hansen teaches numerical methods and inverse problems. He has published 4 books on numerical methods and inverse problems and more than 100 scientific papers in international journals.