From Wavelets to Compressed Sensing and Beyond: 2013 Shaw Prize Recognizes a Remarkable Mathematical Life

March 4, 2014

For more than two decades, according to the selection committee for the 2013 Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences, David Donoho of Stanford University has been a leading figure in mathematical statistics. Donoho was cited by the committee for novel mathematical tools and ideas that have helped shape both the theoretical and applied sides of modern statistics. His work is characterized by the development of fast computational algorithms, together with rigorous mathematical analysis for a wide range of statistical and engineering problems.


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