Department of Mathematics and Statistics
- I have worked on projects involving radio propagation and network planning, bistatic radar processing, and advanced radar simulation. For my dissertation, I developed topological methods for studying the dynamics of parabolic equations. My more recent efforts follow an emerging trend of topologically-motivated signal processing techniques. My current projects involve a novel approach for opportunistic and distributed imaging, structural methods for analyzing asynchronous circuitry based on sheaf theory, and studying integral transforms based on the Euler calculus.
DegreesBachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering (2002) and a Master's degree in Mathematics (2003) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics (2008) at Cornell University
Languages Spoken:C, Python, Matlab, Haskell, various assemblers
- CAS - Math & Statistics
- Gray - 226
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