Stefano Vigogna

Assistant Research Professor

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Curriculum Vitae

I am an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University. I completed my PhD at the University of Genova in 2015, under the direction of Filippo De Mari and Ernesto De Vito, with a thesis on reproducing representations and frames. From January 2015 until June 2016 I was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Duke University, with offices in the Department of Mathematics and the Information Initiative at Duke (iiD). Both at Duke and Hopkins, I am a member of Mauro Maggioni’s research group.
I have been working in Abstract and Applied Harmonic Analysis, Data Analysis and Machine Learning. My research interests include the reproducing subgroups of the symplectic group, coorbit theory of non integrable representations, frame localization, anisotropic frames, multiscale representations of high-dimensional data, regression on manifolds and model reduction.
I was instructor of Advanced Calculus at Duke University in Spring 2016. At Hopkins, I am teaching Calculus I (AS.110.106) in Spring 2017. I am also an organizer for the Data Seminar.