Associate Teaching Professor
8216 Wean Hall
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
As an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, I am involved with the teaching and academic development of a variety of courses, including our calculus sequence, vector calculus, and matrix algebra. In addition, I have implemented the use of online tools to supplement these courses. I am also involved in the teaching and development of two courses involving math software: Introduction to Math Software, and Symbolic Programming Methods. My main research interests involve wavelets, fractals, image compression, and tilings. Recently I have been studying Haar-type multitiles in multiple dimensions and potential applications in image and data compression. On occasion, I teach Topics in Analysis, within which these areas of mathematics are addressed. A look at me in action!
Timothy J. Flaherty and Yang Wang, Haar-Type Multiwavelet Bases and Self-Affine Multi-Tiles, Asian Journal of Math., Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 387-400, June 1999.