Dr Dimitrios Roxanas


Position: Teaching fellow
Email:
Telephone: (0114) 2223876
Office: H13 Hicks building
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Teaching:

MAS004 Further Foundation Mathematics Information  
MAS331 Metric Spaces Information  
MAS362 Financial Mathematics Information  
MAS462 Financial Mathematics Information  
MAS6053 Financial Mathematics Information  
MAS6352 Analysis II Information  
MAS6352A Analysis IIA Information  


Research:


Interests: Analysis, Inverse Problems, Statistical Signal Estimation
Research group: Analysis
Publications: Preprint page, ArXiv, MathSciNet

Roles:

UG Research Experience Coordinator

Biography:

1/2022-present: University Teacher in Mathematics, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Sheffield, UK
9/2019-2021: University Teaching Associate, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Sheffield, UK
2019: University Teacher in Mathematics (fixed term), School of Mathematics, University of Bath, UK
2018: University Teacher in Mathematics (fixed term), School of Mathematics, The University of Edinburgh, UK
2017-2018: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Mathematics, The University of Edinburgh, UK
2017: PhD in Mathematics (supervised by Stephen Gustafson) , University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
2011: MSc in Applied Mathematics, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
2009: BSc/MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Research interests:

I am an applied mathematical analyst; my current interests are in Inverse Problems, Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis, and Statistical Signal Processing and Analysis. I am particularly interested in inverse problems in imaging, compressed sensing, as well as applications of higher-dimensional probability to statistical signal estimation. I have previously worked in Pure Maths, mainly Analysis, and specifically on (deterministic and stochastic) Partial Differential Equations, Harmonic Analysis, and Geometric Analysis: most of my work has been on nonlinear dispersive and parabolic differential equations, but I have also studied variational elliptic PDEs with ideas from Nonlinear Functional Analysis. Before that, I did some work in Mathematical Control Theory.