J. Andreas Bærentzen, Associate Professor, Computer Graphics

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.