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Berentstein receives NSF award for 'Topics in Complex and Harmonic Analysis'


Professor Carlos Berenstein (Math/ISR) is the Principal Investigator for a three-year, $120,000 NSF award for his project, "Topics in Complex and Harmonic Analysis." This project will develop sophisticated mathematical techniques that play a central role in tomographic imaging and analysis of communication networks. The results have potential application to improvement of three-dimensional medical imaging and to increased understanding of internet traffic patterns and security threats.

—August 2004

August 9, 2004


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