Ingrid Daubechies is Featured in the New York Times Magazine

Posted on 9/16/21 in News

Ingrid Daubechies, a James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University, has been featured in the latest edition of the New York Times Magazine. Professor Daubechies is regarded as the God Mother of digital images for her ground-breaking work in signal processing. Professor Daubechies was the featured speaker for IPAM’s Green Family Lecture Series in 2016, giving talks titled The Master’s Hand: Can Image Analysis Detect the Hand of the Master? and Bones, Teeth and Animation. She also spoke at IPAM workshops on Shape Analysis and Learning by Geometry and Machine and Cultural Patterns: Multiscale Data-driven Models. Furthermore, she served as an organizer and speaker at our workshop on Adaptive Data Analysis and Sparsity. The article in the New York Times can be found here.