Yifei Lou

Assistant Professor - Mathematical Sciences
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Tags: compressive sensing and its applications image analysis medical imaging hyperspectral imaging imaging through turbulence numerical analysis and optimization algorithms

Professional Preparation

Ph.D - Applied Math
UCLA - 2010
M.S. - Applied Math
UCLA - 2007
B.S. - Applied Math
Peking University - 2005

Publications

Task-Related EEG Source Localization via Graph Regularized Low-Rank Representation Model 2018 - Other
Graph Regularized EEG Source Imaging with In-Class Consistency and Out-Class Discrimination 2017 - Journal Article
Fast L1–L2 Minimization via a Proximal Operator 2017 - Journal Article
Image deblurring with an inaccurate blur kernel using a group-based low-rank image prior 2017 - Journal Article
Truncated l1-2models for sparse recovery and rank minimization 2017 - Journal Article
Point Source Super-resolution Via Non-convex $$L_1$$ L 1 Based Methods 2016 - Journal Article
A weighted difference of anisotropic and isotropic total variation for relaxed Mumford-Shah image segmentation 2016 - Conference Paper
Curve matching approaches to waveform classification: a case study using ICESat data 2016 - Journal Article
Phase retrieval from incomplete magnitude information via total variation regularization 2016 - Journal Article
Variational Multiplicative Noise Removal by DC Programming 2016 - Journal Article

Appointments

Assistant Professor
University of Texas Dallas [2014–Present]
Postdoc
University of California Irvine [2012–2014]
Postdoc
Georgia Institute of Technology [2011–2012]

News Articles

Mathematician Focuses on Getting the Most from Small Data
A University of Texas at Dallas mathematician has received a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in support of her work on doing more with less data.
Dr. Yifei Lou
, assistant professor of mathematical sciencesin the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, was awarded an NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award of more than $400,000 for her work on “Mathematical Modeling for Data to Insights and Beyond,” a project that seeks analytical tools to provide guidance on acquiring data more efficiently. In an age when so much focus is on big data, she calls her work “small data.”

“If one is able to collect only a certain amount of data, what method will allow him or her to get the most out of it?” Lou asked. “For example, if you can see only 25 percent of the pixels in an image, what way of picking one out of every four pixels would let us best identify the pictured object?”