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David Hammond

I study image processing, with a focus on developing good statistical models for signals. I am also interested in applications of image processing to a wide variety of scientific data. More recently, I have been working on wavelet transforms defined on graph structures.

I am currently a postdoc at the NeuroInformatics Center at the University of Oregon, working with Allen Malony and Don Tucker. My current focus is on inverse problems related to source localization for EEG, for brain imaging.

I did my PhD in Mathematics at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University. My thesis advisor was Eero Simoncelli.