Department of Computer Science
- Parallel programming, parallel and distributed computing systems.
- Medical / biomedical image and fluoroscopy / nanoscopy / video processing.
- Image data analysis.
- Pattern recognition and machine learning.
- Computer / machine vision.
- Biomedical engineering.
Department of Geosciences
My main research field is geochemistry of hydrothermal ore deposits, including mineral chemistry, fluid inclusion studies, stable isotope geochemistry, and thermodynamic modeling. I have been involved in studies of a wide spectrum of ore deposits, including porphyry, hydrothermal-metasomatic, skarn, Carlin-like, SEDEX, MVT and pegmatite deposits along the Dinarides, and epithermal deposits in New Zealand. Recently I am mostly working on recent submarine hydrothermal systems along the Arctic Mid-Ocean Ridges and volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits, orogenic gold deposits and sediment hosted Cu deposits in Norway.
I also have interests in environmental geochemistry, particulary in physicochemical processes that control stability of ore and gangue minerals in submarine tailings.