Prof. Emmanuel Candes

Professor of mathematics, statistics, and electrical Engineering, Stanford university.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Compressive sensing, mathematical signal processing, computational harmonic analysis, statistics, scientific computing. Applications to the imaging sciences and inverse problems.

Other topics of recent interest include theoretical computer science, mathematical optimization, and information theory.

Emmanuel is the Barnum-Simons Chair in Mathematics and Statistics.

AWARDS

PAST ROLES

Assistant Professor of Statistics, Stanford,1998-2000

Assistant Professor of Applied and Computational Mathematics, Caltech,2000-03

Associate Professor,2003-05, Professor 2005-06

Ronald and Maxime Linde Professor,2006-11

Professor of Mathematics and of statistics, Stanford

Emmanuel is a Professor of Mathematics and of Statistics and a Professor of Electrical Engineering (by courtesy). His research areas include comprehensive sensing, mathematical signal processing, computational harmonic analysis, statistics, scientific computing, imaging sciences and inverse problems. Other areas of interest include theoretical computer science, mathematical optimization and information theory.

He holds diploma from the Ecole Polytechnique as well as a PhD in Statistics from Stanford University.

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