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Evan Greenberg, University of Massachusetts.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 11:27 am    
Subject: Looking for a job in wavelets.
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Looking for a job in wavelets.

I recently completed my M.S. in Applied Mathematics at the University of
Massachusetts, Amherst. I'm currently seeking employment in the mathematical
sciences, preferably along the lines of research or applications/research.
My undergraduate education is a B.S.E.E. from Tufts University.
As Wavelets seems to be an area which holds great promise for the future (and
present) in both pure and applied areas, I'd be very enthusiastic about a good
opportunity for wavelet-related work where I could also gain more knowledge on
some specific topics. I currently have some basic background in wavelets and
multiresolution analysis; my interests also include Kalman filter theory and
signal processing.
Ideally, I'd like to be able to work in an environment that provides both
flexibility and good support for learning. Nothing would be please me more
than being able to actually work with mathematics that I've learned in grad
school. Although I'd love to get a Ph.D., I'd rather be employed full-time
now. Wavelets are in a diverse variety of applications now, but I'm especially
interested in their use with audio compression technology and state-of-the-art
recording. I have some work experience in non-mathematical engineering, during
the time between my bachelor's and master's degrees. I'd welcome any insight
into how I might find worthwhile employment, in addition to any actual job
opportunites.

email: greenber@math.umass.edu phone (413) 253-0555
address: evan greenberg, 216 bel-air drive, longmeadow, ma 01106
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