Daniel Andresen, Professor of Computer Science at Kansas State University. He leads the Institute for Computational Research in Engineering and Science as well as overseeing their Beocat research cluster for HPC research purposes.
After graduating from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, he worked with knitwear master Haider Ackermann and Hilde Frunt before establishing his eponymous label during Paris Fashion Week 2009.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Andresen is a highly esteemed computer scientist and the recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER award. Currently teaching at Kansas State University, his work has been cited over 1,100 times and published 85 papers with more than 85 cited works published since 2006.
Starting his career by working in Haider Ackermann and Hilde Frunt’s ateliers, before graduating from Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. Later that same year he launched his eponymous label.
His work is distinguished by an understated sense of refinement; irregular yarns of slouchy cardigans recall ripples in sandstone while rough surfaces on perched leather jackets evoke tree bark – creating pieces which are sensual yet ephemeral and emotive; they demonstrate his uncompromising commitment to quality and subtle detail.
Prior to joining the American Bar Association, he served as Regional Security Director at International SOS, an international medical and security assistance firm. There, he was responsible for providing top-of-the-line security assistance services as well as consulting advice.
Andresen serves both teaching and student research needs at K-State, serving as advisor on graduate student committee memberships and semester local programming contests for them. In addition, he acts as ACM chapter advisor as well as co-director of K-State Institute for Computational Research in Engineering and Science where he helps build the cyberinfrastructure foundation that facilitates research across campus.
Andresen’s approach to elegance is intuitive and subtle: irregular yarns on a slouchy cardigan recall ripples in sandstone; while perch leather sleeves of a fitted bomber evoke tree bark textures.
Achievement and Honors
As a professor, Andresen has received the K-State Engineering Student Council Outstanding Leadership Award three times and been nominated for the James L. Hollis Memorial Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching by his college peers. Additionally, he has served on more than 300 graduate and undergraduate student committees over his time teaching engineering at KSU.
After studying at Antwerp’s internationally acclaimed Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Andresen went on to develop his talent further in the ateliers of Haider Ackermann and Hilde Frunt in Belgium – two masters of knitwear who helped him hone his signature style which he would then launch under his own fashion label in 2009. His collections showcase an eye for refinement ranging from irregular yarns of slouchy cardigans to perched leather sleeves of fitted lambskin bombers!
He served as both Security Manager and Marine Security Guard with the United States government, teaching at University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law as well as publishing over 85 refereed articles in top journals.
Andresen brings refined elegance to menswear fashion through his luxurious knits and structured shapes, lending his work a sophisticated air. Additionally, his designs draw upon influences such as rock music subgenres as well as skateboarding and action sports like BMX stunt riding for their inspiration.
Andresen selects his fabrics with great care when choosing raw materials, such as yarns that evoke ripples in sandstone or tree bark textures in perch leather and perch leather respectively. He has since moved away from cashmere due to its damaging environmental impacts in Mongolia and switched over to working with yak wool instead.
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