Congratulations Casie!

My former undergraduate student Anyi (Casie) Bao was a winner of the SFU Department of Mathematics Undergraduate Research Prize. Her work involved the development and analysis of compressed sensing-based strategies for correcting for corrupted measurements in Uncertainty Quantification.  A draft version of the resulting paper can be found here:

Compressed sensing with sparse corruptions: Fault-tolerant sparse collocation approximations

Congratulations (again) Matt!

Matt King-Roskamp – an undergraduate student in my group co-supervised with Simone Brugiapaglia – was awarded runner-up in two poster competitions this summer:

His work, entitled Optimal Sampling Strategies for Compressive Imaging, presents new, theoretically optimal sampling techniques for imaging using compressed sensing.