Sui Tang
Assistant Research Professor
Department of Mathematics
Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles Street, Baltimore, 21218
Email: stang@math.jhu.edu
I am currently working with Prof. Mauro Maggioni. My research interests include inverse problems, applied and
computational harmonic analysis, and high dimensional data analysis.
EDUCATION
2011-2016 Vanderbilt University; Mathematics; PhD; Advisor: Prof. Akram Aldroubi.
2007-2010 Sun Yat-Sen University; Mathematics; B.S.
PUBLICATIONS: RESEARCH GATE
Journal Papers
Y. Eldar, W. Liao, and S. Tang. Sensor Calibration for Spectral Estimation Off the Grid. arXiv:1707.03378
A. Aldroubi, I. Krishtal, and S. Tang. Phaseless reconstruction from space-time samples. arXiv:1706.05360.
C. Lai and S. Tang. Undersampled windowed exponentials, spectra of Toeplitz operators and its applications. arXiv:1702.01887.
S. Tang. Universal spatial-temporal sampling sets for discrete spatially invariant evolution systems. To appear in IEEE Transactions on
Information Theory, 2017.
S. Tang. System Identification in Dynamical Sampling. Advance in Computational Mathematics, 43(3): 555-580, 2017.
A. Aldroubi, C. Cabrelli, U. Molter, and S. Tang. Dynamical Sampling. Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis, 42(3): 378-401,
2017.
R. Aceska, A. Petrosyan, and S. Tang. Multidimensional Signal Recovery in Discrete Evolution Systems via Spatiotemporal Trade Off.
Sampling Theory in Signal and Image Processing, 14(2)153-169, 2015.
Book Chapters
R. Aceska and S. Tang. Dynamical sampling in hybrid shift invariant spaces. Contemporary Mathematics, American Mathematics Society,
Providence, 626:149-166, 2014.
Conference Proceedings
A. Aldroubi, I. Krishtal, and S. Tang. Phase retrieval of evolving signals from space-time samples. Proceeding of 12th international conference
on Sampling Theory and Applications, 2017.
S. Tang. Filter Recovery in Infinite Spatially Invariant Evolutionary Systems via Spatiotemporal Trade off. Proceeding of 11th international
conference on Sampling Theory and Applications, 2015.
R. Aceska, A. Petrosyan, and S. Tang. Dynamical sampling of two-dimensional temporally-varying signals. Proceeding of 11th international
conference on Sampling Theory and Applications, 2015.
TEACHING
Fall 2017: 443 Fourier Analysis
RECENT TRAVELS
2017 July, Harmonic Analysis and Inverse Problems, Mathematical Congress of the Americas 2017, Montreal, Canada.
2017 July, ICERM Women in Data Science and Mathematics Research Collaboration Workshop, Providence, RI.
2017 July, Special session on Dynamical Sampling, 12th international conference on Sampling Theory and Applications, Tallinn, Estonia.
2017 May, NSF-CBMS Conference on Sparse Approximation and Signal Recovery Problems, Las Cruces, NM.
2017 Apr, Colloquium, Ball State University, Muncie, IN.
2017 Apr, Norbert Wiener Center Seminar, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.