J. Andreas Bærentzen, Associate Professor of Computer Graphics
My research interests are mostly related to the representation, modelling, synthesis, and manipulation of 3D geometry (shapes) but I am broadly interested in graphics and also do work in real-time graphics.
I (mainly) teach two courses: 02564 Real-time Graphics and 02585 Computational Geometry Processing (with Henrik and Jens) and I contribute to some other courses. Apart from that, I am chairman of the DTU Informatics Study Board.
Once a year in early summer, we have an event called the Visionday. This fun and inspiring event is about computer vision and computer graphics and is a good mix of talks from industry and academia. I am the main organizer of the Computer Graphics part since 2003.