Allan Aasbjerg Nielsen
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
Richard Petersens Plads
Building 324 Room 181
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Multivariate Statistics Remote Sensing Earth Observation Multi- and Hyperspectral Image Processing
Allan Aasbjerg Nielsen, M.Sc. 1978, Department of Electrophysics, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Ph.D. 1994, Informatics an Mathematical Modelling (IMM), DTU. Since 2013 employed as Assiciate Professor with the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. Worked at the Danish Defense Research Establishment 1977-1978 and with energy conservation in housing at the Thermal Insulation Laboratory, DTU 1978-1985. 1985-2001 he worked at the section for image analysis at IMM, 1995-2001 as a part time substitute for prorector, Professor Knut Conradsen. 2001-2006 he worked as Associtate Professor with the section for geoinformatics at IMM, 2007-2013 as Associate Professor with the National Space Institute. In 2006 he spent a six months sabbatical leave with the University of Oxford, Department of Statistics and in 2012/2013 he spent three months as a Fellow with the Earth Observation Center, German Aerospace Center (DLR). He has worked on many national and international projecs on development, implementation and application of statistical methods and remote sensing/Earth observation in mineral exploration, mapping, geology, agriculture, environmental monitoring, oceanography, geodesy and security. These projecs have been funded by industry, the European Union, Danida og the Danish National Research Councils.