Ph.D. Projects
Ph.D. Projects Supervised by Per Christian Hansen
The following is a list of people that I supervised during their
Ph.D. projects, including (where known) their current affiliations.
 Mikhail Romanov (2016) 
Simultaneous Reconstruction and Segmentation with ClassSpecific
Priors.
 Sara Soltani (2015) 
Tomographic Image Reconstruction Uwing Traiing Images with Matrix and
Tensor Formulations.
Fingerprint Cards AB, Herlev, Denmark.
 Oscar P. Borries (2015) 
Algorithms for Electromagnetic Scattering Analysis of Electrically Large
Structures.
TICRA, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Jakob Sauer Jørgensen (2013) 
Sparse
Image reconstruction in Computed Tomography.
PostDoc at DTU Compute.
 Anders Skajaa (2013) 
LargeScale Algorithms for NonSmooth
Convex Optimization.
Dong Energy, Denmark.
 Jesper Sandvig Mariegaard (2009)  Numerical Approximation of
Boundary Control (joint with DTU Mathematics).
DHI, Denmark.

Hans Henrik B. Sørensen (2008) 
Computational
Aspects of Electron Transport in Nanoscience Devices
HPC Specialist, DTU Compute.
Aarhus University
 Peter Søndergaard (2006) 
Gabor Frames (joint with Dept. of Mathematics).
 Toke Koldborg Jensen (2004) 
Stabilization Algorithms for LargeScale Problems.
Rambøll Denmark A/S.
 Jan Marthedal Rasmussen (2004) 
Boundary Control of Linear Evolution PDEs  Continuous and Discrete
(joint with Dept. of Mathematics).
 Michael Jacobsen (2004) 
Modular Regularization Algorithms.
 AnnCharlotte Berglund (2002)  Nonliner Regularization with
Applications in Geophysics.
 Andreas Percy Schuhmacher (2000) 
Sound Source Reconstruction.
Brüel & Kjær Sound and
Vibration, Nærum, Denmark.
 Rasmus Munk Larsen (1998)  Algorithms for Helioseismic Inversion.
 Ole Møller Nielsen (1998) 
Wavelets in Scientific Computing.
Geoscience Australia, Canbarra.
 Peter Søren Kirk Hansen
(1998)  Signal Subspace Methods for Speech Enhancement.

Søren Holdt Jensen. (1995)  Reduction of BroadBand
Noise in Speech.
Professor, Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University,
Denmark.
 Susanne M. Balle (1995)  DistributedMemory Matrix Computations.
Intel, USA.