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HATA (Harmonic Analysis - Theory and Application) is part of the Section of Mathematics at the institute DTU Compute. The group was founded in 2014 by Ole Christensen & Jakob Lemvig, and its activities cover a wide range from pure functional and harmonic analysis to applications. Frame theory is a cornerstone of the HATA group activities, e.g., finite-dimensional frames, Gabor frames, shearlets, and generalized shift-invariant systems on the real line (or more generally on LCA groups).

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HATA milestones and news

  • Mads S. Jakobsen successfully defended his Ph.D. on Friday, October 28, 2016. He is now a postdoc at NTNU. Congratulations!!
  • Hans G. Feichtinger was Otto Mønsted visiting professor at HATA from October 1 to December 31, 2016.
  • Kamilla Haahr Nielsen started as Ph.D.-student at HATA on August 1st, 2016.
  • Publication of the second expanded edition of the book An Introduction to frames and Riesz bases by Ole Christensen, Birkhaeuser, 2016
  • Marzieh Hasannasab Jaldehbakhani started as Ph.D.-student at HATA on December 1st, 2015.
  • DFF-Research Project Grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research: Efficient representation of high-dimensional signals of DKK 2.5 million (2015-2018)
  • Jordy V. Velthoven received the VSBfonds Beurs grant with the purpose of studying at DTU.
  • Mads S. Jakobsen received the prestigious EliteForsk prize 2015.
  • Ole Christensen was awarded Teacher of the Year 2014 at DTU. See this video (in Danish)
  • The HATA group was formed in 2014.

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