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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. My research is in harmonic analysis, working on redundant systems called frames on finite- and infinite-dimensional Hilbert spaces. I work on problems involving sampling theory, wavelets, compressed sensing, and fractals generated by iterated function systems. Click here for my publications and recent activities.

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 email: kkornelson AT ou DOT edu
  • Office: PHSC 926
  • Spring 2022 Office Hours:
    • WF 8:30-10 on Zoom
    • or by appointment





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Latest News
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May, 2021
HHMI-IE3 grant

Megan Elwood Madden, Lori Snyder, and I received funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Institutional Equity (Phase 3) program for our project, "University of Oklahoma: Meaningful evaluation of effective and inclusive teaching".

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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 Inequalities in the Academic Research and Creative Activity Enterprise Rapid Response Seed Grant Opportunity.

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October, 2021
The Mathematics of Data

The OU Mathematics Capstone course MATH 4513 in Spring 2022 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. Here are the speakers:

  • March 22-24 Akram Aldroubi, Vanderbilt
  • April 5-7 Konstantin Mischaikow, Rutgers
  • April 20-22 Cristopher Moore, Santa Fe Institute

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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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