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Keri Kornelson, Ph. D.

Professor, Department of Mathematics
University of Oklahoma


I am a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Oklahoma. I've been at OU since 2008. Previously, I was an Assistant Professor at Grinnell College in Iowa and a Postdoc at Texas A&M University. I did my graduate studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder working with Larry Baggett.

My research is in harmonic analysis, more specifically redundant systems called frames on Hilbert spaces. I also work on problems involving sampling theory, wavelets, computer vision, and fractals generated by iterated function systems. Click here for my publications and recent activities.

  • My email: kkornelson AT ou DOT edu
  • Office: PHSC 926
  • Office Hours:
    • On sabbatical. Please email for an appointment.

I have a recent interest in the study of teaching and learning in STEM fields. All the research shows that making classrooms more student-focused is crucial to improved learning. You can find out more about the STEM educational initiatives I've been working on, as well as other efforts across OU, by clicking here.


Latest News
August 16, 2017

The RAMP UP Seminar will meet on an ad-hoc basis during Spring 2018. Please check the Math Events page.

January, 2018

Milos Savic (PI), along with co-PIs Deborah Moore-Russo, Keri Kornelson, and Noel Brady (Chair) were successful in their proposal to join the APLU - Student Engagement in Mathematics through an Institutional Network for Active Learning (SEMINAL) project. The goal of SEMINAL is to promote active learning in undergraduate mathematics courses.

May 25-29, 2015

I gave a talk Dynamical Sampling with Additive Forcing Term at this conference on work with Akram Aldroubi.

May 1, 2015

Our Math Department team received a 2-year Course Innovation Program award from CTE to redesign MATH 1523.

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