Christian Henriksen
I'm interested in dynamical systems, and in particular
holomorphic dynamics in one variable, as well as industrial
mathematics. I am associate lector at Technical University of
Denmark.
Address
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Technical University of Denmark
Matematiktorvet, building 303
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
DENMARK
Contact
phone (45) 4525 3054
fax (45) 4588 1399
Email chrh@mat.dtu.dk
Workshop
I'm coorganizing a workshop in holomorphic dynamics. It will take place November 30.  December 3. 2017
You can register for the conference here:
Teaching
Fall 2017 I will be teaching parts of
 01017 Discrete Mathematics, and
 02525 Introduction to Mathematics and Technology.
Herman rings
Herman rings are interesting objects, which are studied in
holomorphic dynamics. A Herman ring is a doubly connected
maximal domain on which the dynamics are conjugate to an irrational
rotation. The animation shows what happens if we change the complex
structure such that the inner boundary is rotated with respect to
the outer.

Click on the animation to
the right to see more animations with a short
description.

Short CV
 2006 Employed at Technical University of Denmark as
associate professor.
 20032006 Employed at Technical University of Denmark via a
Steno stipend.
 20012002 employed at Université Paul Sabatier via a
Marie Curie fellowship;
 2000 (second half) employed as ammanuensis at Technical
University of Denmark;
 2000 obtained ph.d. degree at Technical University of
Denmark;
 1997 obtained master degree at Technical University of
Denmark.
Publications
For publications and more information, see my DTU
Phone book entry.