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Applied mathematics educator

Stephane George Mallat, French Applied mathematics educator. Fellow mathematics Alfred Sloan Foundation, 1993; recipient outstanding achievement award Society Optical Engineering, 1997, Blaise Pascal prize in applied mathematics French Academy Sciences, Paris, 1997. Lieutenant French Signal Corps, 1981-1982. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Signal Processing Society (member digital signal processing com.1994-).

Background

Mallat, Stephane George was born on October 24, 1962 in Suresnes, France. Son of Alexandre Isy and Francine Claude (Bernheim) Mallat.

Education

Diploma in Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, 1984. Diploma in Engineering, Ecole National Superior Telecomm., Paris, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering, University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1988.

Career

Assistant professor, Counant Institute, New York University, New York City, 1988-1993; associate professor, Counant Institute, New York University, New York City, 1993-1998; professor applied mathematics, Counant Institute, New York University, New York City, since 1998. Visiting associate professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 1994. Visiting professor Tel Aviv U., 1994.

Member science advisory board France Telecomm., Paris, since 1998.

Works

Membership

Lieutenant French Signal Corps, 1981-1982. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Signal Processing Society (member digital signal processing committee since 1994).

Connections

father:
Alexandre Isy Mallat

mother:
Francine Claude (Bernheim) Mallat