Prof. Dr. Holger Rauhut

Former Bonn Junior Fellow
Current position: Professor (W3), RWTH Aachen

E-Mail: rauhut(at)mathc.rwth-aachen.de
Homepage: http://www.mathc.rwth-aachen.de/~rauhut/home/
Institute: Institute for Numerical Simulation

Academic Career

2004

Dr. rer. nat., TU Munich

2005

Postdoc, University of Wroclaw, Poland

2005 - 2008

Postdoc, University of Vienna, Austria

2008 - 2013

Professor (W2, Bonn Junior Fellow), University of Bonn

Since 2013

Professor (W3) for Mathematics, Head of Chair C for Mathematics (Analysis), RWTH Aachen

Research Profile

I work on the areas of applied and computational harmonic analysis, compressive sensing, nonasymptotic random matrix theory, recovery problems for functions in high dimensions, and convex optimization.

Research Projects and Activities

“Sparse Signals and Operators: Theory, Methods and Applications” (SPORTS), funded by WWTF
Principal Investigator, jointly with Dr. G. Tauböck, Prof. Dr. F. Hlawatsch (both TU Vienna), and Dr. C. Haisch (TU Munich), 2008 – 2012

ERC Starting Grant “Sparse and Low Rank Recovery”
2011 - 2015

Publication List

MathSciNet Publication List (external link)

Editorships

• Acta Applicandae Mathematicae (since 2010)

Awards

1996

Youth Prize of the Eduard Rhein Foundation

2006

Marie Curie Fellowship

2010

Best Paper Award, Journal of Complexity

2010

ERC Starting Grant

Selected Invited Lectures

2010

Probability and Geometry in High Dimensions, Marne-la-Vallée, France

2010

New Trends in Harmonic and Complex Analysis, Bremen

2011

Workshop on Sparse Dictionary Learning, London, England, UK

2011

From Abstract to Computational Harmonic Analysis, Strobl, Austria

2011

International Conference on Multivariate Approximation, Hagen

Selected PhD students

Ulas Ayaz (2014): “Time-Frequency and Wavelet Analysis of Functions with Symmetry Properties”,
now Postdoctoral Associate, MIT Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems, MA, USA

Zeljka Stojanac (2016): “Low-rank Tensor Recovery”

Max Hügel (since 2011)

Supervised Theses

  • Diplom theses: 3, currently 2
  • PhD theses currently: 3
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