Ingrid Daubechies, Duke. Ingrid Daubechies is a professor of mathematics at Duke University. Upon completing her Ph.D. in Physics at Vrije Universiteit Brussel under the direction of Professors Jean Reignier and Alex Grossman in 1980, Prof. Daubechies spent time at Bell Labs and Princeton before coming to Duke in 2011. She has been awarded the Steele Prize (1994), a MacArthur Fellowship (1992), the Satter Prize (1997), the Nemmers Prize (2012) and the Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering (2011). She was elected to the National Academy of Sciences and as a Fellow of the IEEE (1993), and delivered the Emmy Noether AMS Lectures (2006) and a plenary ICM talk (1994). She is regarded as an expert in the areas of applied harmonic analysis and analysis. See for instance her works "Ten lectures on wavelets" from 1994, "Orthonormal bases of compactly supported wavelets" from 1990 and "Iteratively solving linear inverse problems under general convex constraints" with G. Teschke and L. Vese from 2008.
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