As a double major in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, I found myself particularly interested in mathematics with applications in the sciences and engineering. One such example is the Fourier transform which has many applications not only in engineering but also in disciplines such as economics and geophysics. My research on Inverse Fourier Transform methods was my Senior Research at Seattle University and I found much motivation for this project. Because of my research experiences, including two summer REUís in addition to this project, I have decided to pursue a Ph.D. degree in mathematics at U.C. Berkeley to gain more knowledge about the applied mathematics that I enjoy so much.
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Faculty Sponsor:   Dr. Donna Sylvester, Associate Professor and Chair, Mathematics Department, Seattle University, P.O. Box 22200, 901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122-1090
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