Dr. Andreas M. Tillmann
I am a PostDoc at the Visual Computing Institute (see my homepage there, which also contains preprint and software links) and the Chair of Operations Research, and head the "Data" unit of the profile area CompSE (Computational Science and Engineering) of RWTH Aachen University. I received my doctoral degree (Dr. rer. nat.) from TU Darmstadt in December 2013, and was an interim/visiting professor of mathematical optimization at TU Braunschweig in winter 2014/15. I joined RWTH Aachen in 2017.
My research interests focus on theoretical and practical aspects of optimization and complexity theory in areas like compressed sensing, signal and image processing, machine learning, operations research, and (discrete) geometrical problems. I am affiliated with the project "EXPRESS – EXploiting structure in comPREssed Sensing using Side constraints" within the DFG priority program CoSIP ("Compressed Sensing in Information Processing", SPP 1798) and was the principal investigator of the project "Efficient exact maximum-likelihood decoding and minimum-distance computation for binary linear codes" funded by the RWTH ERS StartUp/DFG Excellence Initiative.