Dr Lukas F. Lang

Career

  • since 2017: Postdoctoral Research Associate, DAMTP, University of Cambridge
  • 2015-2016: Postdoctoral Research Scientist, RICAM, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • 2012-2015: Predoctoral Research Assistant, CSC, University of Vienna

Research

I am a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics within the Cambridge Image Analysis research group, led by Dr Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb. My current research interests are mathematical image analysis, variational methods, and inverse problems.

Selected Publications

  • L. F. Lang. A Dynamic Programming Solution to Bounded Dejittering Problems. Accepted at SSVM 2017. [Postprint, Code]
  • L. F. Lang and O. Scherzer. Optical Flow on Evolving Sphere-Like Surfaces. Inverse Probl. Imaging, 11(2):305-338, 2017. [Preprint, DOICode]
  • C. Kirisits, L. F. Lang and O. Scherzer. Optical Flow on Evolving Surfaces with Space and Time Regularisation. J. Math. Imaging Vision, 52(1):55–70, May, 2015. [Postprint, DOI]
  • C. Kirisits, L. F. Lang and O. Scherzer. Decomposition of optical flow on the sphere. GEM. Int. J. Geomath., 5(1):117–141, April, 2014. [Postprint, DOI, Code]
  • C. Kirisits, L. F. Lang and O. Scherzer. Optical Flow on Evolving Surfaces with an Application to the Analysis of 4D Microscopy Data. In A. Kuijper, K. Bredies, T. Pock and H. Bischof, editors, SSVM 2013: Proceedings of the fourth International Conference on Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision, 7893:246–257. Springer, 2013. [Postprint, DOI]