Tue Herlau

Associate Professor

Tue Herlau

Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Richard Petersens Plads

Building 321 Room 127

2800 Kgs. Lyngby




Tue Herlau


My main interests are modeling of complex networks using Bayesian methods. My main area of application is brain imaging data.  The aspects of complex networks I am particularly interested in at the moment is complex networks often contain multiscale structure (i.e. nested structure ranging from a few vertices to large parts of the network) and are temporal; consider for instance a social network where the structure might range from cliques of friends, schools and school classes to entire countries. I have a bachelor in physics and mathematics from the University of Copenhagen and a masters at DTU Informatics. Please write for further information on past or current projects, code or ideas for corporation.