From 1996-2000, I studied computer science at the Hasselt University. From 2000-2005, I studied physics both at the Hasselt University and the Ghent University. Currently, I'm pursuing a PhD in physics. More specifically, I'm working on non-parametric gravitational lens inversion (using a genetic algorithm). Considering my educational background, it probably won't come as a surprise that I'm also very interested in computational physics in general.
- Jori Liesenborgs, Sven De Rijcke, Herwig Dejonghe, Philippe Bekaert, 'A generalization of the mass-sheet degeneracy producing ring-like artefacts in the lens mass distribution', 2008, MNRAS, 386, 307
- Jori Liesenborgs, Sven De Rijcke, Herwig Dejonghe, Philippe Bekaert, 'Non-parametric inversion of gravitational lensing systems with few images using a multi-objective genetic algorithm', 2007, MNRAS, 380, 1729
- Jori Liesenborgs, Sven De Rijcke, Herwig Dejonghe, 'A genetic algorithm for the non-parametric inversion of strong lensing systems', 2006, MNRAS, 367, 1209
- Tom Van Laerhoven, Jori Liesenborgs, Frank Van Reeth, 'Real-Time Watercolor Painting on a Distributed Paper Model', June 2004, Proceedings of the Computer Graphics International Conference 2004, p640-643
- Jori Liesenborgs, Peter Quax, Wim Lamotte, Frank Van Reeth, 'Designing a Virtual Environment for Large Audiences', 2002, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 2344, p585-595
- Jori Liesenborgs, Wim Lamotte, Frank Van Reeth, 'Voice over IP with JVOIPLIB and JRTPLIB', November 2001, Proceedings of the 26th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks