Physics Simulation, Geometry Processing
Computational Fabrication, Physics-based Simulation
Morten Bojsen-Hansen is a fifth year PhD student advised by Chris Wojtan. He studied Computer Science at Aarhus University. His primary research interest is physics-based animation.
I’m a PhD student in Chris Wojtan’s group mostly working on simulations of brittle fracture. I’ve previously studied simulation engineering at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences.
I got my M.Sc. in 2001 and a Ph.D. in 2005, both in computer science from the University of Rostock, Germany. Afterwards, I spent several years as a post doc researcher in projects at Vienna University of Technology, Arizona State University and IST Austria. My research interest includes modeling and display of vectorized image representations, applications and solvers for PDEs, as well as modeling and rendering complex natural phenomena, preferably in real time.
I am now a researcher in the MFX Team at Inria Nancy in France (https://mfx.loria.fr/). I was a postdoc researcher at IST Austria in Chris Wojtan Group between 2016 and 2020. I am interested in physics-based simulation and modeling natural phenoma as well as geometric modeling. I obtained my PhD in 2016 at the University of Grenoble-Alpes, supervised by Stefanie Hahmann and Damien Rohmer of the Imagine Team. I got an Engenieering Degree in 2013 from the school ENSIMAG (Grenoble INP) of Grenoble, France.