Nonlinear nonconvex optimization, mathematical signal processing and compressive sampling, numerical linear algebra, and computational biochemistry.
My research is supported by NSF Grant DMS-09-65711 (grant website here).
Z. Harmany, R. Marcia, and R. Willett,
IEEE Transactions in Signal Processing,
21:3, pp. 1084-1096, 2012.
- Congratulations to Rachel Schlick and David Jones for receiving the
2011-12 UC Merced Applied Math Prize.
- "Sequential anomaly detection in the presence of
noise and limited feedback" paper accepted
- Time for some CAKE!
- Congratulations to David Jones for receiving a
Student Research Presentation Award
in Applied Mathematics at the 2011 Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in
Science National Conference in San Jose, CA.
Online: Sparse Poisson Intensity Reconstruction Algorithms
(SPIRAL) Toolbox. Related paper:
This is SPIRAL-TAP: Sparse Poisson intensity reconstruction algorithms - Theory and practice,