I am a Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS) Postdoctoral Fellow working with Professor Ben Adcock at Simon Fraser University. I studied mathematics at the University of Tennessee under Clayton Webster, and worked in the Computational and Applied Mathematics Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
My research interests are in machine learning, sparse polynomial approximations, compressed sensing, optimization, applied & computational harmonic analysis, parameterized PDE problems, and numerical analysis.
I can be reached at: nicholas_dexter [at] sfu [dot] ca
2018-present: PIMS Postdoctoral Fellow at Simon Fraser University
2012-2018: Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Tennessee
2011-2012: Research Associate at the University of Tennessee/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2009: Undergraduate Research Assistant at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2006-2011: Bachelor's Degree from Rochester Institute of Technology
Full CV available here.
In my spare time I enjoy hiking, camping, biking, and cooking.