Research interests

My primary research interest revolves around geometric models for the analysis of volumetric data. This includes volumetric segmentation (an example is a geometry-based segmentation of human peripheral nerves), tomographic segmentation and methods based on deformable meshes. I work on applications in material science, energy materials, medicine, diagnostics, and food quality control.

Another interest involves 2D and 3D texture analysis — see examples demonstrating a probabilistic framework for curve evolution. I also work on 3D methods for digitizing cultural heritage. Check a prize-winning motivational video prepared by a PhD student Dolores Messer, and optical scans of some skulls.


For a complete and updated list of publications see my Orbit page or my DTU profile.