Irina Holmes |
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow |
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I am currently an NSF Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Mathematics at Michigan State University, working with Sasha Volberg. My research is focused on harmonic analysis, particularly dyadic operators, Bellman functions, weighted inequalities, and multiparameter harmonic analysis. Next year I will move to Texas A & M University, and my website will be: https://www.math.tamu.edu/~irinaholmes I earned my PhD in Mathematics from Louisiana State University in 2014. My adviser was Ambar Sengupta, and my dissertation was on an infinite-dimensional analogue to the Radon transform, called the Gaussian Radon transform. |