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The Division of Arithmetic welcomes assistant professor Dinh-Liem Nguyen. After receiving his PhD in Mathematics from Ã‰cole Polytechnique in France, Dinh-Liem did a postdoc at University of Michigan, and more recently, at University of North Carolina Charlotte. His research area lies at the intersection of inverse problems and imaging, scattering theory and scientific computing. “The field of inverse issues has been one of the fastest growing areas in applied arithmetic previously twenty years,” Nguyen says. “I am at the moment engaged on environment friendly inversion methods for the inverse issues in scattering concept,” he adds. “It is nicely-identified that these inverse issues might be extremely nonlinear and sick-posed, which poses substantial challenges in studying their inversion strategies.” Professor Nguyen can also be all for effectively-posedness questions and the numerical answer of the ahead problems in scattering and wave propagation.
The Division of Mathematics welcomes Scott Spencer as a new postdoc. Scott obtained his PhD from Georgia Tech under the steerage of Professor Michael Lacey. His research is especially in Harmonic Analysis. “I work in harmonic analysis and signal processing, particularly where these fields have functions to or from machine learning and likelihood,” Spencer says. “It is vitally attention-grabbing when a deterministic drawback could be virtually solved, i.e. with high chance, by a random construction,” Scott provides. More not too long ago, Scott Spencer has been studying Boolean capabilities with sure sparse characteristics with the hope of applying his work in compressive sensing to studying Boolean features.