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I am an associate professor at Purdue University. 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 ride horses and bake/cook low-protein (low-phenylalanine) foods for PKU. My role model is Brenda Winiarski, the amazing woman behing "Cook For Love".

For more details about me, my teaching, and my research:

My dropbox Is here

"How do you pronounce your name?"

I get that question all the time, so here is the phonetic transcription:

$ mirej \text{ }but\tilde{\epsilon} $.

To hear it, listen to the following sound file .

Fun Stuff

Two Truths and a Lie (from ICIP09)

Recent Courses I taught


Alumni Liaison

Basic linear algebra uncovers and clarifies very important geometry and algebra.

Dr. Paul Garrett