# Kasso Okoudjou

Professor

Professor

Time-frequency analysis, pure, applied, and numerical harmonic analysis; analysis and differential equations on fractals and graphs.

My research interests lie in pure, applied and numerical harmonic analysis, especially, wavelet analysis, frame theory, time-frequency analysis of pseudo-differential equations and its application to non-linear PDEs. I am also interested in (spectral) analysis on fractals and graphs and their applications to data sciences. I have growing interests in mathematics education, especially on issues related to active learning in lower level math courses and on broadening the participation of underrepresented minorities in undergraduate research in the mathematical sciences.