I am a postdoctoral research associate working with Prof. Mike Davies on the ERC Advanced Grant Project C-SENSE "Exploiting Low Dimensional Models in Sensing, Computation and Processing".
Previously, I completed my PhD on Graph Signal Processing in the Communications and Signal Processing Research Group at Imperial College London in 2017, which was funded through a Departmental Studentship, and my dissertation was titled "From Spline Wavelet to Sampling Theory on Circulant Graphs and Beyond - Conceiving Sparsity in Graph Signal Processing".
Further, I obtained the M.Sc. in Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing at the University of Oxford in 2013, where my dissertation "The Improved k-SVD Algorithm - An Investigation of Dictionary Learning and Design" was supervised by Prof. Jared Tanner, and the B.Sc. in Mathematics (summa cum laude), with a minor in Physics, at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in 2012, where my Honors Thesis "The Triangular Distance Histogram in Object Recognition" was supervised by Prof. Peter Olver.
PhD in Signal Processing, Imperial College London, 2017
MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing, University of Oxford, 2013
BSc in Mathematics (summa cum laude), University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 2012
My research interests primarily lie in algebraic/spectral graph theory, linear algebra and signal processing/harmonic analysis on graphs with applications i.a. in machine learning. For further information, please see my publications