I am an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Harvard University, directing the Signals, Information, and Networks Group (SING) at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
My research interests include signal processing using methods from statistical physics, spatiotemporal single-photon imaging, multidimensional sampling theory, multiscale geometrical representations, and image processing.
Research at SING is supported by NSF, Mass General Hospital, and Agilent Technologies. I am also grateful to the Croucher Foundation, the MIT Lincoln Lab Scholar Program, the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, and the NCSA Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship Program for supporting current and past members of my group.
- (05/02/15) SPARS oral presentation: Average performance analysis and phase transitions of ProSparse
- (04/28/15) New paper: Detecting random walks on graphs and statistical physics
- (04/15/15) Ariana won the "Runner-up for 1st Place" award in AWM (Association for Women in Mathematics) Research Symposium 2015
- (03/18/15) I visited and gave a talk at the Los Alamos National Lab
- (03/09/15) I visited and gave a talk at the Colorado State University
- (02/17/15) New postdoc (Chuang Wang) joining group
- (12/17/14) I have been appointed as an Associate Editor for IEEE TIP
- (12/06/14) GlobalSIP Best Student Paper Award
- (11/14/14) I have been elected to the IEEE IVMSP Technical Committee
- (10/22/14) New paper: Randomized Kaczmarz algorithm: Annealed and quenched error exponents
- (10/01/14) New paper: Fast image reconstruction for spatiotemporal single photon imaging
- (05/22/14) Group alumni to join Purdue University as a tenure-track assistant professor
- (04/10/14) Group member receiving Blue Waters Fellowship
- (01/08/14) New paper: Randomized algorithms for large-scale image filtering
- (10/23/13) New paper: Sparse representation à la Prony