I am a Professor in the Mathematics Department at the University of Oklahoma. Before coming to OU, 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, but this is an incredibly broad field. To be a little more specific, I work on problems involving redundant systems which are called frames in 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.
We have organized a Frames Seminar in the OU Math Department. In Spring 2016, we will meet Wednesdays at 3:30 pm in PHSC 1105. Details for future semesters and other Math Department seminars can be found on the Math Events page.
I gave this week's seminar: Extra Examples on Video for Multivariable Calculus. We discussed a new repository of videos created over the summer with funding from OU CTE.
I gave a talk Dynamical Sampling with Additive Forcing Term at this conference on work with Akram Aldroubi.
Our Math Department team received a 2-year Course Innovation Program award from CTE to redesign MATH 1523.