IMPACT Postdoctoral Fellow
Georgia Institutue of Technology
School of Mathematics
686 Cherry Street
Atlanta, GA 30332-0160
Office: Skiles 022
I'm spending this semseter at ICERM for their program on Computer Vision!! I'll be back teaching at GaTech during summer 2019.
I am an IMPACT Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Mathematics at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
I research under the supervision of Shahaf Nitzan.
I received my PhD from Vanderbilt University where I was co-advised by Alex Powell and Doug Hardin,
and I have an MS from the University of Mississippi under advisement from Erwin Miña-Díaz.
The picture above is from an AMS Meeting in San Francisco in October 2018 with a few of my friends. (I'm on the far right.) At one point we were all graduate students in Vanderbilt's math department.
My research interests are in applied harmonic analysis, including time-frequency analysis and uncertainty
principles, and ill-posed inverse problems related to magnetization. Check out my research page for more!