Kasso A. Okoudjou
Mailing address: 177 College Avenue, Medford, MA 02155, US.
Office: 573 Joyce Cummings Center
I am a Professor of Mathematics at Tufts University
, Department of Mathematics
. My mathematical background is in pure, applied and computational harmonic analysis. My recent work can be divided in two broad categories: time-frequency analysis, and analysis on graphs and fractals. In particular, it focuses on developing new data representation models and investigating the evolution and the behavior of functions and operators in these new data classes.
I am also interested in mathematics education, especially the wide use of active learning methods in lower level courses as a mean to improve learning outcomes, and in broadening the participation of underrepresented minorities in undergraduate research in the mathematical sciences.
A book on modulation spaces I wrote jointly with Árpád Bényi was published in March 2020.
Due to the pandemic the 2020 Gene Golub SIAM Summer School will now take place from 19 – 30 July 2021 at AIMS South Africa in Cape Town. The organizers of this summer school are Bubacarr Bah, Coralia Cartis and myself.
For prospective students.
My work has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation