Bonjour!ECE301, ECE438 or ECE662. Researchwise, I am interested in a bunch of different things related to signal processing and computational mathematics. My research laboratory is in MSEE393. I am a member of the CNSIP research area. In my spare time, I learn to bake/cook low-protein (low-phenylalanine) foods for PKU. My role model is Brenda Winiarski, the amazing woman behing "Cook For Love".
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Recent Courses I taught
- ECE302 Spring 2013
- MA 108, Special lecture on "Application of invariant theory to automatic recognition problems"
- ECE438 Fall 2011
- ECE438 Fall 2010
- ECE662 Spring 2010
- ECE438 Fall 2009
- ECE438 Spring 2009
- ECE301 Fall 2008
- ECE662 Spring 2008
- In this survey of college recruiters, Purdue was ranked fourth overall with engineering being second.
- Purdue appears to be one of the few universities where grades have not been inflated over the years.
- Just met a team of students for Montreal's ETS would will be participating in the 2010 National Student Steel Bridge Competition, to be held at Purdue May 29, 2010. Amazing how I can distinguish the accent Quebecois even in a high noise situation.
- The General Case: watch math students doing math in a glass case.
- The Special Case: improvising for 8 hours in a glass case.
- Attended this talk by Dr. Ken Tobin, Oak Ridge National Lab, CNSIP seminar, October 21, 2009
- Dr. Sheila Hemami to present IEEE SPS Distinguished Seminar Lecture, Friday April 16, 2010. 10:30 AM, EE118.
- Professor Sun-Yung Alice Chang (Princeton University) to deliver Jean E. Rubin Memorial Lecture as part of Women in Mathematics Day, 2009