Jesper Mosegaard, PhD
Head of Computer Graphics Lab
The Alexandra Institute Ltd.
DK-8200 Aarhus N
Phone: +45 8942 9358
Mobile: +45 2166 5365
I am head of the Computer Graphics Lab at the Alexandra Institute, Denmark. I lead a team in research, software development and consultancy within topics of Computer Graphics. I am interested in many subjects; realtime rendering, ray tracing, physics based animation, geometry computation, information visualization and illustrative rendering, as well as general purpose computation on the GPU. My projects usually have a tight connection to real world issues, hence interdisciplinary cooperation and participatory design is essential.
I received my PhD from the Department of Computer Science, University of Aarhus in 2006 for my dissertation on real-time simulation of surgical procedures on congenital heart defects using the moderne graphics hardware as a parallel processing unit for acceleration of the physics based animation and haptics interaction.
I live in Tilst near the second largest city in Denmark, Aarhus. I have a wife and two children. In my spare time I enjoy riding my motorbike (Honda CBR600RR), climbing (indoors for now), roller skating, exercising, playing computer games, and watching movies and TV-series.
For more detail please see my Curriculum Vitae