Dr. Azita Mayeli, Assistant Professor

 Doctoral Faculty at the Graduate Center, CUNY 

Teaching      Research     Publications     Talks      Awards     GC Press    QCC Press    Friday seminars at the GC     Hobbies   CV

 Office: S-349

Email: amayeli@qcc.cuny.edu; and amayeli@gc.cuny.edu

  • New: I am co-organizing a special session on Bases on Hilbert Function Spaces during the AMS Sectional Meeting at Hunter College, New York, May 6-7, 2017. 

  • Editorial Board Member of the journal Axioms
  • Guest editor for a special journal issue for Aximos entitled “Wavelet and Frames Constructions, with Applications” – the deadline for paper submission to this issue is 28 February 2017.
  • Co-editor of a volume entitled “New Methods in Harmonic Analysis with Applications to Numerical Analysis and Data Processing”, Springer Series in Applied and Numerical Analysis. 

Research interestes: 

  • Abstract and classical harmonic analysis
  • Fourier analysis and representation theory
  • Exponential bases 
  • Wavelets and frames
  • Approximation and sampling theory
  • Atomic decomposition of function spaces
  • Finite fields
  • Tiling and specral problems 

Research interest in interdisciplinary fields:

  • Astronomy and astrophysics (CMB radiation)
  • Electronical engineering (multiplexing and demultiplexing)
  • Communication theory

Sientific Background

  • Ph.D., Mathematics; Technischen Universität München (TUM), Munich, Germany

         Advisor: Prof. Dr. Günter Schlichting

         Co-advisor: Prof. Dr. Hartmut Führ




Date: January 15, 2012

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