We make breakthrough theoretical algebra into engineering solutions
We apply sophisticated algebraic and computational tools to represent data in noise-resilient ways
We develop fast, practical algorithms for computers to operate with bleeding-edge theoretical constructions.
We have many projects suitable for anything from Fagproject to PhD level. The project will be tailored for you on a scale between theoretical math and practical implementations.
The Algebra group was visited late January 2019 by Sven Puchinger who is a postdoc at TU München. Sven has visited us before, and is also a former colleague of Johan at Ulm University in 2013-2014. Sven has numerous research papers jointly written with Johan and Peter. During the visit, we mostly discussed Twisted Reed-Solomon […]
Our new PhD student Leonardo Landi started 1st January 2019! Leonardo holds a Master’s degree from the University of Parma, Italy. His PhD project has the tentative title “Curves and Error-Correction”: the aim is to get a better insight in the structure of algebraic geometry codes constructed using towers of function fields.
From October 27 til November 1, Peter Beelen visited Prof. Massimo Giulietti and his team at the Università degli Studi di Perugia in Italy. During the visit he finished an article with Maria Montanucci, who visited DTU as a guest PhD in 2017. Directly after the visit, Maria started as a postdoctoral researcher at the […]