Irina Holmes |
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow |
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I am currently an NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellow in WUSTL's Department of Mathematics, primarily working with Brett D. Wick, with a focus on dyadic and multiparameter harmonic analysis. I got my PhD in Mathematics from Louisiana State University in 2014. My adviser was Ambar Sengupta, and my dissertation was on an infinite-dimensional analogue to the Radon transform, called the Gaussian Radon transform. Afterwards, I was a Hale Postdoctoral Fellow at Georgia Tech's School of Mathematics, where I joined the Harmonic Analysis group (2014-2016). |