Hello, in July I joined the University of British Columbia as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Prior to this I completed an NSF Postdoc in Mathematics at the University of Michigan. I received my PhD in the Applied and Computational Mathematics program at Caltech, including two years as a visiting researcher at Stanford University. My research interests lie in applied probability, high-dimensional inference, geometric functional analysis, random matrix theory, compressive sensing, matrix completion, and big data analysis. A common challenge that I address in my research is how to find low-dimensional signals in big, noisy data, both in theory and practice.

PhD Advisor — Professor Emmanuel Candès was my advisor at Caltech.

Hello, in July I joined the University of British Columbia as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Prior to this I completed an NSF Postdoc in Mathematics at the University of Michigan. I received my PhD in the Applied and Computational Mathematics program at Caltech, including two years as a visiting researcher at Stanford University. My research interests lie in applied probability, high-dimensional inference, geometric functional analysis, random matrix theory, compressive sensing, matrix completion, and big data analysis. A common challenge that I address in my research is how to find low-dimensional signals in big, noisy data, both in theory and practice.

PhD Advisor —Professor Emmanuel Candès was my advisor at Caltech.Postdoc Sponsors— Professors Mark Rudelson and Roman Vershynin were my sponsors at theUniversity of Michigan.

Curriculum Vitae, last updated in October, 2013.Contact —Email to (first name, lower case)@math.ubc.ca