I have a position as professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen. I am a member of the section Geometric Analysis and Mathematical Physics.
My research in pure mathematics falls within complex analysis, approximation theory, special functions and orthogonal polynomials. I focus on application of complex methods in other fields.
From time to time I cooperate with other disciplines on applied projects involving mathematical modelling.
|Publications and CV|
|You can retrieve a recently updated list of publications and my Curriculum Vitae.|
|Events and grants|
|Workshop on Special Functions and their Applications (2013)|
|International Symposium on Orthogonal Polynomials and Special Functions — a Complex Analytic Perspective (2012)|
|Workshop on Integral Transforms, Positivity and Applications 2010|
|Workshop on Orthogonal Polynomials, Hankel and Jacobi Matrices 2009|
|Complex Methods in Dynamical Systems and Special Functions 2011-2013 (FNU grant)|
|Complex Methods in Dynamical Systems and Special Functions 2008-2010 (FNU grant)|
|Teaching - Ordinary courses|
|I am currently involved in teaching the mathematics courses "Matematik og databehandling", "Matematik og modeller", "Matematik og optimering" and "Analysis 0".|
|Teaching - PhD-course Advanced Mathematics for Biology|
|This course brings PhD students in life or related sciences to an advanced level in mathematics. It gives a basis for carrying out mathematical modelling and for collaborating with engineers and experts from the mathematical sciences. Topics include advanced calculus, differential equations and modelling principles. Mathematical software is introduced. The curriculum is adjusted to fit the individual student. Part of the course is devoted to a project related to the students main PhD project. For further information please contact me.|
|Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Science
University of Copenhagen
Phone: +45 2961 1569
Last modified: March 21, 2013