Professor Eric Weber
454 Carver Hall
Department of Mathematics
Email: esweber (@iastate.edu)
Ph.D., University of Colorado, 1999
B.A., Gustavus Adolphus
Dr. Weber's research
interests are in the areas of harmonic analysis with
applications. In particular, Dr. Weber is focusing on wavelet
theory, frame theory, and sampling theory. Currently, he is
focusing on these theories on fractals. He is also investigating
applications to signal processing such as data compression,
digital watermarking, denoising, and secure communications
Frames, GMRA's, and the Canonical Dual, with Marcin Bownik,
Studia Mathematica, vol. 159 (2003), no. 3, pp. 453-479.
Aspects of Frame Representations of Abelian Groups, with A.
Aldroubi, D. Larson, and W.S. Tang, Transactions of the American
Mathematical Society, vol. 356 (2004), no. 12, pp. 4767-4786.
Kadison-Singer Problem and the Uncertainty Principle, with
Pete Casazza, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society,
vol. 136 (2008), no. 12, 4235-4243.
the Beurling dimension of exponential frames, with D.
Dutkay, D. Han, and Q. Sun, Advances in Mathematics, vol.
226 (2011), no. 1, 285-297.
Discrete Fourier Frames for Fractal Measures, with D. Dutkay
and D. Han, Transactions of the American
Mathematical Society, vol. 366 (2014), no. 3, 1213–1235.
for Undergraduates with D. Han, K.
Kornelson, D. Larson.
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I am organizing the
Department of Mathematics Analysis