Dr.Rui Zhang | computation mechanics Award |Young Scientist Award

Dr.RuiZhang, Aalto University,Finland

Dr. Rui Zhang is a distinguished researcher and academician affiliated with Aalto University in Finland. Specializing in [insert field of expertise], Dr. Zhang has contributed significantly to the advancement of knowledge in [his/her] field. [He/She] holds a [insert degree] in [insert subject] from [insert institution], and [his/her] research interests encompass [briefly outline research interests]. With numerous publications in top-tier journals and conferences, Dr. Zhang’s work has garnered widespread recognition and has been instrumental in shaping the discourse within [his/her] field. Moreover, [he/she] is actively involved in teaching and mentoring students, fostering the next generation of scholars. Dr. Zhang’s dedication to academic excellence and innovative research has positioned [him/her] as a prominent figure in the academic community both nationally and internationally.

Professional Profiles:


Professional and Academic Positions :

  • 1983-Present: Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Iowa (NSF grants, Jorgensen, PI)
  • 1982-84: Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania (on leave from Aarhus first year, and from Iowa second year; NSF grant, R.V. Kadison, PI)
  • 1980-82: Associate Professor, Mathematics Institute, Aarhus University, Denmark, on leave from Stanford the first year (Danish Research Council grants)
  • 1977-80: Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Stanford University (NSF grant, Jorgensen, PI)
  • 1973-77: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, support from the Danish Natural Science Research Council; partial support from the NSF, Grant MCS 77-02831, 1977, under R.V. Kadison, PI

Fellowships and Memberships:

  • Elected Fellow of the AMS
  • Memberships in Amer Math Soc, the New York Academy of Science, the Danish Academy of Science


Research Focus:

  • Stochastic analysis, approximations and expansions, wavelets, harmonic analysis, machine learning
  • Areas of Mathematics utilized in physics and engineering, including signal and image processing, time-frequency analysis, wavelet representations, and algorithms, and bit-quantization

Synergistic Activities:

  • Directed research of several VIGRE graduate students
  • Editor of several top journals in applied mathematics
  • Mentorship of undergraduate research students and postdocs

Selected Talks:

  • Main speaker in the NSF-funded Spring Mini Courses – LSU Math Department 2018
  • Featured speaker in the CBMS 2018 at Iowa State University


  1. Operator theory and analysis of infinite networks—theory and applications” (book)
  2. “Continuum versus discrete networks, graph Laplacians, and reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces.” – J. Math. Anal. Appl.
  3. “Substitution-dynamics and invariant measures for infinite alphabet-path space.” – Adv. in Appl. Math.
  4. “Markov chains and generalized wavelet multiresolutions.” – J. Anal.
  5. “Infinite weighted graphs with bounded resistance metric.” – Math. Scand.
  6. “10 lectures CBMS; Harmonic analysis: Smooth and non-smooth.” – CBMS Regional Conference Series in Mathematics
  7. “Discrete reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces: sampling and distribution of Dirac-masses.” – J. Mach. Learn. Res.
Rui Zhang | computation mechanics Award |Young Scientist Award

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