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.
Our research project “Correcting on a Curve”, funded by DFF-FNU, has received attention in the media, more specifically the web-based business newspaper Finans.dk: Danske forskere vil udvikle verdens hurtigste fejlrettende koder (The full article is unfortunately behind a paywall) Our project is also featured by DFF’s web page for funded projects: https://dff.dk/cases/forskere-skal-udvikle-verdens-hurtigste-fejlrettende-koder-til-digital-kommunikation
The paper “Improved Power Decoding of Interleaved One-Point Hermitian Codes” was accepted for publication in the journal Designs, Codes and Cryptography, and should appear soon!
During the first week of September 2018, Professor Mark Giesbrecht visited Johan. Mark is Director of the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo. His research is in symbolic mathematical computation, both developing the algorithmic and complexity theoretical tools as well as building computer algebra software. He was named ACM […]