PhD Students

  • David Weirich (PhD Spring 2018)
  • Jean Moraes (PhD Fall 2011)
  • Daewon Chung (PhD Summer 2010)
  • Oleksandra Beznosova (PhD Spring 2008)
  • Darek Panek (PhD Summer 2008)

    MS Students

  • Daniel Havens (MS May 2024)
  • Michael Kutzler (MS Summer 2021)
      MS Thesis Title: Sparse Domination of the Martingale Transform UNM digital repository
      Instructor at Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) since 2021.

  • Sara Mehraban (MS Summer 2016)
  • Nuriye Atasaver (MS Fall 2014)
  • Kourosh Raaen (MS Summer 2008)
      MS Thesis Title: A Study of the Gibbs Phenomenon in Fourier Series and Wavelets (pdf file)
      Instructor at Napa Valley College

  • Bernadette Mendoza-Spencer (MS Spring 2006)
      MS Thesis Title: The continuous and Discrete Hilbert Transform
      PhD Program Math Education at University of Northern Colorado
      Joint with Prof. Pedro Embid

    Undergraduate Students

  • Franklin Pezzuti (With Honors, Magna Cum Laude, May 2024)
      Honors Thesis Title: Algebra of growth orders (pdf file)
      Franklin started working for a start-up company Viento MS&A that does simulation/modeling, in Albuquerque in June 2024.

  • Kioshi Morosin (With Honors, Summa Cum Laude, May 2023)
      Honors Thesis Title: An Algebraist's Introduction to Multiresolution Analysis (pdf file)
      Kioshi started graduate school at City University of New York (CUNY) in August 2023.

  • Cullen Roth (With Honors, Summa Cum Laude, May 2014)
      Honors Thesis Title: The Fast Wavelet Transform and its Application to Electroencephalography: A Study of Schizophrenia (pdf file)
      Cullen went to graduate school Duke University, and now is Postdoc at Los Alamos National Laboratories (2021-now).

  • Cameron Lavigne (With Honors, Summa Cum Laude, December 2013)
      Honors Thesis Title: Fourier Analysis on Finite Abelian Groups With an Emphasis on Uncertainty Principles (pdf file)
      Cameron went to UNM for her MS 2014-2016.

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