Xuemei Chen

University of San Francisco


Harney Science Hall 213

Phone: 415-4224223


email : xchen at math dot usfca dot edu

I work in the field of applied harmonic analysis and signal processing. My main focus of research is compressed sensing and frame theory. I also love to teach besides research. 


Education
Ph.D.  Mathematics, Vanderbilt University, 2012
B.S. Mathematics, East China Normal University, 2007

Employment
Assistant Professor, University of San Francisco, Aug 2016 - present
College Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University, Aug 2015 - June 2016
Postdoc, University of Missouri, Aug 2014 - Aug 2015
Postdoc, University of Maryland, Aug 2012 - Aug 2014

                                


Links:
Check out the Data Science major and the Master in Analytics program

The Norbert Wiener Center at University of Maryland provides a national focus for the broad area of mathematical engineering. Every year, the February Fourier Talks brings mathematicians, engineers, physicists together and provide opportunities for graduate students and undergraduate students.

The Frame Research Center at University of Missouri is dedicated to the advancement of frame theory and its applications. You will find lots of useful resources there.

I am a member of the New Mexico Researchers Network.