Mathematics of Computerized Learning (MapLe)

We are a research group at Umeå Math working on the mathematics of data science.

Members

Hoomaan Hesave

Hoomaan received his BSc and MSc degrees in Electrical Engineering from Iran University of Science and Technology. In 2018, he also received the Graduate Student Award from the EE Department. Currently, he is a PhD student at Umeå University and also affiliated with the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program. His research interests include compressed sensing, neural networks, and optimization theory. Hoomaan's previous publications:

  1. H. Hezave, M. Javadzadeh, M. H. Kahaei, Signal reconstruction using blind super-resolution with arbitrary sampling, in IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 2020.

  2. H. Hezave, I. Valiulahi, M. H. Kahaei, OFDM-based sparse time dispersive channel estimation with additional spectral knowledge, in IET Communications, 2020.

Ali Dadras

Ali received his BSc and MSc degrees in Electrical Engineering from Tabriz university, Iran. Ali was recongized as Exceptional Talent and granted direct admission to graduate studies without entrance exam. He was previously an intern with Prof. Pascal Frossard at EPFL, and later a visiting researcher with Prof. Jean-Marc Vesin and Prof. Farhad Rachidi at EPFL. Currently, he is a PhD student at Umeå University and also affiliated with the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program. His research interests include statistical inference, optimization theory, machine learning and signal processing. Ali's previous works:

  1. A. Dadras, B. Pasdeloup, Classifying non-stationary time-varying signals on graphs through their deviation from a stationary behavior: Preliminary results on EEG signals, GSP18 workshop, EPFL, 2018.

  2. A. Dadras, A. Luca, J. M. Vesin, F. Rachidi, Localizing cardiac arrhythmia using time reversal techniques, pending patent (PCT/EP2019/081744).

Armin Eftekhari

Armin is an Assistant Professor at Umeå Math in Sweden. Prior to this, he was a Postdoc at EPFL, a Research Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute in London, and a Peter O'Donnell, Jr. Postdoctoral Fellow at UT Austin. In 2015, Armin completed his PhD at Colorado School of Mines.

armin.eftekhari@umu.se