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The Division of Mathematics welcomes Scott Spencer as a brand new postdoc. Scott acquired his PhD from Georgia Tech below the steering of Professor Michael Lacey. His analysis is especially in Harmonic Analysis. “I work in harmonic evaluation and sign processing, significantly where these fields have applications to or from machine studying and likelihood,” Spencer says. “It is vitally attention-grabbing when a deterministic problem may be almost solved, i.e. with high probability, by a random construction,” Scott adds. More not too long ago, Scott Spencer has been studying Boolean functions with certain sparse traits with the hope of applying his work in compressive sensing to learning Boolean functions.