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Mahya Ghandehari received her PhD in 2010 from University of Waterloo in Canada. Before joining University of Delaware in 2015, she held a position as a Post-doctoral fellow at Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences and University of Waterloo. Mahya's research focuses on non-commutative harmonic analysis as well as combinatorics, and the links between the two areas. In particular, she studies large networks, such as Facebook, using the theory of graph limits. Currently, Mahya's research focuses on the applications of non-commutative harmonic analysis in the study of continuous wavelet transforms, which have essential applications in many areas such as noise reduction in signals, pattern recognition, and image processing.
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