Maxim J. Goldberg

Ramapo College of NJ, USA


Maxim J. Goldberg is Professor of Mathematics at Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ, USA. He received his Ph.D. degree in harmonic analysis from Yale University (R. Coifman, Adviser) in 1989. He has been applying tools of harmonic analysis to a range of problems involving massive digital data sets, among them: chemometry and pathology of blood and biological tissue using their spectra; efficient and accurate scattering and inverse scattering computations; denoising and compression of speech and music. His goal has been to understand the underlying geometry of these nonlinear complex high-dimensional data sets by developing and using techniques of local time-frequency analysis and, more recently, borrowing ideas from diffusion and Markov processes to provide natural multiscale organization of data. He has also applied harmonic analysis to numerically compute multilinear operators arising in perturbative solutions of boundary value problems.

Biography Updated on 29 July 2018

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