Virginia Naibo
Professor
Department of Mathematics


Publications

NSF Grants

  • NSF DMS 1500381: Methods and Applications for Bilinear Operators
  • NSF DMS 1240744: NSF/CBMS Regional Conference in the Mathematical Sciences - The Global Behavior of Solutions to Critical Nonlinear Wave Equations
  • NSF DMS 1101327: Bilinear techniques in time-frequency and real analysis
Conferences organized Graduate students
  • Joshua Brummer (PhD - current)
  • Alexander Thomson (PhD - current)
  • Jodi Herbert (PhD - graduated in Dec 2014)
Undergraduate research students
  • Heather Heier and Dewey Molenda (2016-2017)
    • Project: Fourier Analysis Techniques in Digital Image Processing.
  • Fernando Roman (2012-2013, currently a Ph.D. student at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Mathematics)
    • Project: Digital Image Processing Techniques for Face Recognition.
  • Brian Moore (2011-2012, currently a Ph.D. student at University of Michigan, Electrical Engineering)
    • Project: Wavelet-based Methods in Digital Image Processing.
  • Shane Scott (2011-2012, currently a Ph.D. student at Georgia Tech, Mathematics)
    • Project: Wavelet-based Methods in Digital Image Processing. (University Honors Program Project).
  • Michael Reppert (2007-2008, 2008-2009, Ph.D. 2016 - MIT - Chemistry)
    • Accurate Modeling of Fluorescence Line Narrowing Difference Spectra: Direct Measurement of the Single-Site Fluorescence Spectrum, M. Reppert, V. Naibo, and R. Jankowiak. J. Chem. Phys. 133 (2010), Issue 1.
    • Modeling study of non-line-narrowed hole-burned spectra in weakly coupled dimers and multi-chromophoric molecular assemblies, M. Reppert, V. Naibo, and R. Jankowiak. Chem. Phys. 367 (2010) 27-35.
    • Analytical formulas for low-fluence non-line-narrowed hole-burned spectra in an excitonically coupled dimer, M. Reppert, V. Naibo, and R. Jankowiak. J. Chem. Phys. 131 (2009), Issue 23.
Postdoctoral mentoring
  • Nathan Pennington (2010-2013)