mdav (at) gatech (dot) edu
Centergy One, Room 5212
Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Elec. & Comp. Engineering
777 Atlantic Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30332
My research interests lie in the intersection of the fields of signal processing, high-dimensional statistics, and machine learning. I am particularly interested in methods for exploiting low-dimensional geometry such as sparsity, low-rank structure, and manifolds to address the challenges that arise when dealing with high-dimensional data.
I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. I am a member of the Center for Signal and Information Processing. My Erdős number is 3, but my Bacon number is 2, which gives me a very respectable Erdős-Bacon number of 5. See my bio or CV for more about me.
- Invited speaker at World Statistics Congress (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - July 2015)
- Invited speaker at ShanghaiTech Symposium on Data Science (Shanghai, China - June 2015)
- Keynote speaker at Lorentz Center Workshop on Transformations in Optics (Leiden, The Netherlands - May 2015)
- Video tutorial on compressive sensing added to IEEE Signal Processing Society SigView (2013)
- Compressed Sensing available on Amazon (2012)