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Since 2010 I have been working at the Institute of Computer Graphics and Knowledge Visualisation at the Faculty for Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering of TU Graz. First, as a Research Associate, then as a Marie-Curie Fellow, now as an Assistant Professor. I have a mathematical and engineering background, and today my research interests lie in the areas Computer Aided Geometric Design, Geometry Processing and Isogeometric Simulation and Analysis. I am particularly interested in improving the creation of high-level 3D geometric models.
The years prior to my employment at TU Graz I have lived and worked in England. My former places of work and study include the Graphics and Interaction group at the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, the Centre for Radiation at Birmingham University, and the Simulation Science Centre at DeMontfort University, all situated in the United Kingdom. Today I focused my research on defining a combined approach to modelling and analysis, which will ensure the merging of functionality and aesthetics in product design, an ever growing concern in today's industry.
If there is no title behind the name, the thesis has not been completed yet. All students have been co-supervised by Andreas Riffnaller-Schiefer.
Overview of my Research
Institut für Computer Graphik und Wissensvisualisierung