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Prof. Dr. Alexander Effland


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Short CV

Alexander Effland (*1987) studied mathematics and economics at the University of Bonn, where he also obtained his PhD in Numerical Analysis/Mathematical Image Processing at the Institute for Numerical Simulation in 2017. Then, he joined the Institute of Computer Graphics and Vision at Graz University of Technology as a (senior) postdoctoral researcher. Starting in April 2021, he is professor for Mathematics & Life Sciences at the Institute for Applied Mathematics (University of Bonn).

Alexander Effland's research interests include mathematical image processing/computer vision (variational methods, PDE-based approaches, machine learning, deep learning), mathematics of deep learning, shape analysis, and discrete Riemannian geometry. These methods are frequently applied to problems in immunology or radiology. 


For a list of publications see: ↗ GoogleScholar Profile

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