Deanna Needell, Ph.D.

My research interests include Numerical Analysis, Geometric Functional Analysis, Statistics, Probability, Applications to Computer Science, and Scientific Computing. In particular, I work in the area of Compressed Sensing. I graduated with my PhD from UC Davis, under my adviser Roman Vershynin. I was a postdoctoral fellow in the Statistics Department at Stanford University, working under Prof. Emmanuel Candès. I am now an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department at Claremont McKenna College.

Deanna Needell, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Education: PhD in Mathematics University of California, Davis, May 2009 Dissertation Title: Topics in Compressed Sensing. Adviser: R. Vershynin. MA in Mathematics University of California, Davis, Sept. 2005 BS in Mathematics with High Distinction Second major in Computer Science University of Nevada, Reno, Dec. 2003
Department: Mathematics & Computer Science
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