Projects

November 2010-June 2014

Wavelet analysis and sparsity applied to a truncated-Hilbert transform problem in limited-data tomography. Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium and Duke University, Durham/NC, USA

June 2012–August 2013

Spectral and asymptotic analysis for the truncated Hilbert transform arising in limited data tomography. Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium and Duke University, Durham/NC, USA
Paper: Spectral analysis of the truncated Hilbert transform with overlap
Poster (Presented at the Duke Workshop on Sensing and Analysis of High-Dimensional Data 2013, Durham/NC, USA)

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July–September 2010

Research project with Ingrid Daubechies and Yaron Lipman on the correspondence problem for surfaces. PACM Princeton University, Princeton/NJ, USA
Paper: The continuous Procrustes distance between two surfaces

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January–June 2010

Master thesis on “Sparse Phase Reconstruction in Adaptive Optics” as part of a research project for the ESO (European Southern Observatory). Institute for Industrial Mathematics JKU, Linz, Austria

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ESO ( eso.org)

June–August 2009

Research project for Pixar Animation Studios on parameter estimation for PDEs, “Research in Industrial Projects for Students” (RIPS). UCLA, Los Angeles/CA, USA
Poster (Presented at MathFest 2010, Pittsburgh/PA, USA)

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