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Henrik Garde, new Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Mathematics

Henrik Garde is per 1 August 2020 a newly appointed Tenure Track Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Aarhus University. He comes from an Assistant Professor position at Aalborg University.

Henrik Garde, new Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Mathematics. Private photo.

Henrik Garde's research area is Inverse Problems, most notably Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT). EIT is a non-invasive method used for extracting information about an objects interior structure from measurements done via electrodes on the surface of the object. Henrik is an expert on reconstruction methods suitable for numerical implementation, a problem area known for being particularly challenging, but with numerous important applications in Engineering and Health Science.

Henrik obtained his PhD degree from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in 2016, and for his PhD dissertation he was in 2017 awarded the PhD prize from the Danish Academy for Natural Sciences. Subsequently, Henrik has held positions at DTU and Aalborg University as well as having been affiliated in 2019 with Aalto University, Finland, as a guest professor.  Henrik has become part of the interdisciplinary center DIGIT, where he will be leading a new work group on Scientific Computing. In the fall semester of 2020, Henrik will be teaching the course Linear Transformations, which is taken by students from the Faculties of Natural and Technical Sciences.