Center/Research Area Affiliations
Dr. Elze is a computational vision scientist. His research addresses the methodology of basic and clinical vision science, such as optimal design of experiments and clinical studies and optimal data analysis, particularly for large and high-dimensional data sets. Dr. Elze's current projects include the functional characterization of glaucoma and the relationship between retinal structure and glaucomatous visual field loss. He is co-inventor of a provisional patent on the spatial modeling of visual fields. Apart from that, Dr. Elze develops adaptive sampling techniques for efficient clinical function testing. In addition, he investigates display technology for clinical applications.