DTU in Denmark, Lyngby near Copenhagen
For my research stay abroad, I stayed at the DTU in Denmark, Lyngby near Copenhagen.
I was staying in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science in the Section for Scientific Computing under the supervision of Prof. Hansen.
I was dealing with the inverse computation for possible imaging systems for the project B7. I was provided with an easy to use toolbox for efficient computation of the inverse solution under given constraints. With this toolbox, the inversion of large datasets was possible in a short amount of time, which enabled the comparison between different imaging system geometries. I derived possible geometries for an imaging system that could potentially work for 3D imaging for the B7 project.
During my research stay, I enjoyed the working surroundings and all the colleagues. From time to time we had board game sessions after work and played until past 10 pm. The food in the cafeteria was great and the summer in Denmark was very warm and I enjoyed the nice weather during the time of my stay.
Each week there was a talk from the members of the group, explaining their work. It was very interesting to hear about other imaging procedures and the approaches with which the models were investigated.
My research stay formed the basis for further research and widened my understanding of other fields that deal with imaging and inverse problems.