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Keri Kornelson, Ph. D.

Professor, Department of Mathematics
University of Oklahoma

Welcome!

I am a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Oklahoma. I've been at OU since 2008. Previously, I was an Assistant Professor at Grinnell College in Iowa and a Postdoc at Texas A&M University. I did my graduate studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder working with Larry Baggett.

My research is in harmonic analysis, more specifically redundant systems called frames on Hilbert spaces. I also work on problems involving sampling theory, wavelets, computer vision, and fractals generated by iterated function systems. Click here for my publications and recent activities.

  • My email: kkornelson AT ou DOT edu
  • Office: PHSC 926
  • Fall 2020 Office Hours:
    • Tu 1:00 - 2:30 pm (via Zoom )
    • Th 10:30 am - 12:00 pm (via Zoom)
    • or by appointment





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Latest News
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August, 2020
OU VPRP Seed Grant

My proposal "Exploring the intersection of DEI values and faculty research evaluation processes at OU", co-PI Megan Elwood Madden, was funded from the OU VPRP's Inequities in the Academic Research and Creative Activity Enterprise Rapid Response Seed Grant Opportunity.

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April 10, 2020

If you are looking for a way to collect/grade handwritten assignments and exams from your students (remotely or in-person), you might want to check out Gradescope. Here is an introduction with instructions to get started and how to use the Canvas integration: Gradescope at OU.

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February, 2020
The Mathematics of Data

The OU Mathematics Capstone course in Spring 2021 (update - course delayed until Spring 2022 due to Covid) will be a Presidential Dream Course called "The Mathematics of Data". The course will be taught by Keri Kornelson, Miro Kramar, and Alejandro Chavez-Dominguez. Stay tuned for the speaker list.

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January, 2018

Milos Savic (PI), Deborah Moore-Russo, Keri Kornelson, and Noel Brady (Chair) received a grant to join the APLU - Student Engagement in Mathematics through an Institutional Network for Active Learning (SEMINAL) project. The project will promote active learning in undergraduate math courses.

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