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Tatiana Soleski  

Vita

 

  December, 2005

 

Professional Education

           M.S.,   Mathematics, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, 1992

           Ph.D., Mathematics (Algebra), Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, 1996
                                Advisors:
Professor A.V. Mikhalev and Professor D.V. Tyukavkin

  Ph.D., Mathematics (Applied and Industrial Mathematics), University of Wisconsin-
               Milwaukee, 2002
               Advisors: Professor G.G. Walter and Professor B.A. Wade

Ph.D. Dissertation Titles

         Regular Matrices and Bandwidth Dimension (1996)

 Wavelet Based Computerized Tomography (2002)

Professional Employment

          Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1996-2002

          Lecturer, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2002-2005

  Adjunct Assistant Professor, Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), 2003-2005
  Postdoctoral Fellow, IMA, University of Minnesota, September 2005-  

Publications

1. On a Problem of Diagonalizability of Matrices over Rings, Uspekhi Matematicheskikh Nauk, v.47, n.6, 1992, 207-208

2. On the Bandwidth Dimension of Finite Dimensional Associative Algebras over a Field, Fundamentalnaya i Prikladnaya 
     Matematica, v.1, n.2, 1995, 385-391

3. On Diagonalizability of Regular Matrices over Rings, Fundamentalnaya i Prikladnaya Matematica, v.2, n.1, 1996, 103-111

4. Raised Cosine Wavelets in Computerized Tomography (with G.G. Walter), Applicable Analysis, v.83, n.2, 2004, 199-215
5. Prolate Spheroidal Wavelet Sampling in Computerized Tomography (with G.G. Walter), J. Sampling Theory in Sign. Image
     Proc., 2004, accepted

6. A New Friendly Method of Computing Prolate Spheroidal Wave Functions and Wavelets (with G.G.Walter), J. Applied and
    Computational Harmonic Analysis, v.19, n.3, 2005,  432-443

7. PSWF and other methods in fMRI compared (with G.G. Walter), in preparation

Research (unpublished)

       1. Report to PPG Industries, Inc., Industrial Mathematics Project, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of
                   Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1997

       2. Designer Wavelets for Computerized Tomography, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Wisconsin-
                   Milwaukee, 2003

 

Computer Skills

            C, C++, MAPLE, MATLAB, LATEX, EXCEL programming

 

 

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        Teaching Experience  

           Courses taught at the UW-Milwaukee  (most are for multiple semesters)

  095  Essentials of Algebra
  105  Intermediate Algebra
  106  Contemporary Applications of Mathematics

  116  College Algebra

  175  Mathematical Explorations for Elementary Teachers

  211  Survey in Calculus and Analytic Geometry

  225  Calculus with Precalculus I  (including computer-oriented section with use of  MAPLE)

  226  Calculus with Precalculus II

  231  Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

  232  Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (including computer-oriented sections)

  233  Calculus and Analytic Geometry III (including computer-oriented section)

           Courses taught at the Milwaukee School of Engineering

  MA129  Introduction to Differential and Integral Calculus I

  MA136  Calculus for Engineers I

  MA137  Calculus for Engineers II 

  MA232  Calculus for Engineers IV 
  MA330  Vector Analysis 

Industrial Experience

           Internship with PPG Industries (Oak Creek, WI), 1997 
              
    Collaboration with GE Medical Systems (New Berlin, WI) on wavelet based reconstruction algorithms for 
                   Computerized Tomography, 1998-2002

Miscellaneous

           Developer, Computerized Gateway Tests for Math 095 (Essentials of Algebra), funded by the University of Wisconsin-
                   Milwaukee, Summer 1999

           Lecturer, Elementary Statistics, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,
                   Fall 1999

  Lecture: Designer Wavelets for the Radon Transform (with G.G. Walter), at the conference “Harmonic Analysis and
   Applications,”
University of Maryland-College Park,  October 1999
   Participant, Effective Teaching Seminars, MSOE, Fall 2003    

Address

           Institute for  Mathematics and its Applications
                   University of Minnesota

           400 Lind Hall,  207 Church St. SE

  Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455
   PHONE (612) 624-1635, FAX (612) 626-7370

   E-MAIL soleski@ima.umn.edu