Dr. Azita Mayeli   

Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science

and Doctoral Faculty at the Graduate Center, CUNY

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Office: S-349

Email: AMayeli@qcc.cuny.edu
Phone: 718-281-5492

My graduate student Max Yarmolinsky and I are the co-ordinators of the Mathematical Physics and Harmonic Analysis Seminar at the Graduate Center. These seminars take place at 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm, in Rm 4422. Please click here for more information. Please send Max (max.yarmolinsky@gmail.com) an email if you wish to speak in these seminars. 

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

         Advisor: Prof. D. Günter Schlichting

         Co-advisor: Prof. Dr. Hartmut Führ

Research interest in interdisciplinary fields:

  • Astronomy and astrophysics (CMB radiation)
  • Electronical engineering (multiplexing and demultiplexing)
  • Communication theory
  • Recovery problems in quantum physics
  • Fuglede Conjecture and tiling problems

Specialties 

Research interestes in mathematics:

  • Abstract and classical harmonic analysis
  • Fourier analysis and representation theory
  • Fourier exponential bases
  • Functional analysis: spectral theory
  • Wavelet and frame theory: Riesz bases and shift bases
  • Approximation, irregular and regular sampling theory
  • Interpolation theory
  • Study of interpolation and function spaces
    (Besov, coorbit, Paley-Wiener, translation-invariant)
  • signal processing

Date: January 15, 2012