My research interests lie in pure as well as applied and computational harmonic analysis especially, frame theory, time-frequency and wavelet analysis, multilinear pseudodifferential operators. I am also interested in analysis and differential equations on fractals.
Past courses can be accessed here
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With R. Balan , J. J. Benedetto , and W. Czaja , I co-organized an IMA- and NSF-sponsored summer graduate school on Modern Harmonic Analysis and Applications at the University of Maryland, July 20 to August 7, 2015. See details here. The MAPS-REU (2014-2016) is a summer research program for undergraduate students funded by a National Science Foundation grant.
I was member of the local organizing committee of SAMPTA 2015 to be held May 25 - 29, 2015, at American University in Washington, D.C.
I was the organizer of the AMS Short Course on Finite Frame Theory: A Complete Introduction to Overcompleteness - See more here. The course was held before the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Antonio JMM.
With R. Balan and R. Ward , I co-organized a Special Session on Frames and their Applications at the JMM in San Antonio. Schedule can be found here .
- Google Scholar
- The Library of Congress
- AFG Applied Function Analysis Group, Technical University of Berlin
- NuHaG Numerical Harmonic Analysis Group, University of Vienna
- School of Mathematics (Georgia Institute of Technology).
- Department of Mathematics (Cornell University).
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