Most of what I do is related to science, research or computers. Not that I miss a social life or have no private life and maybe I rather do not have a professional life; I can never quite figure out what is what. The spare time left I spent on photography, music, books, movies, travelling… anything interesting, weird or strange that crosses my path. These articles are aimed to give an overview of some of this.

Frank C Langbein
“Crazy am I? We’ll see whether I’m crazy or not!” (Dr. Frankenstein in the 1931 classic movie, ogg file) Scientist, working on quantum control, computational modelling, machine learning, applied geometry and visual computing. Dark witch, who does not believe but thinks. Geek, developing free software and beyond – libertas aut […]

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Frank C Langbein is a lecturer in Computer Science at Cardiff University leading the Quantum Technologies and Engineering (QuTeE) research priority area and a member of the Visual Computing research group. He received a PhD from Cardiff University in 2003 for a thesis on beautification of reverse engineered geometric models […]


PhD Students Ogechukwu Ukwandu, School of Computer Science and Informatics, Cardiff University, UK. Meagan Hough, University of Bristol, UK Sean P. O’Neil, University of Southern California, USA. Zien Ma, School of Computer Science and Informatics, Cardiff University, UK. Ebtihal Alwadee, School of Computer Science and Informatics, Cardiff University, UK. Irtaza, […]

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1999-2003 PhD in Computer Science (Geometric Modelling), Cardiff University, UK Thesis: Beautification of Reverse Engineered Geometric Models 1991-1998 Diploma in Mathematics  (comparable to MSc), Stuttgart University, Germany Thesis: Visualization of Functionals on Free-form Surfaces Major math. subjects: Numerical Analysis, Computer Aided Geometric Design, Functional Analysis, Topology Secondary disciplines: Computer Science, […]