Irina Holmes: Research

NSF Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Mathematics
Washington University in St. Louis

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Postdoctoral Research: My current research interests are in dyadic harmonic analysis, weighted inequalities, multiparameter harmonic analysis, and operator theory. For more details, see the most recent publications below.

Graduate Research: My graduate research interests were infinite-dimensional analysis, probability, functional analysis and machine learning. Together with my adviser, I worked on developing the Gaussian Radon transform for Banach spaces, an infinite-dimensional generalization of the classical Radon transform, and applications of this transform to machine learning. For more details, see my Graduate Research Statement, or my thesis.

Undergraduate Research: As an undergraduate at LSU, I worked as a research student at CCT. In particular, I worked with Horst Beyer on the Kerr metric of rotating black holes.