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Shuang Li
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Iowa State University
Office: 3215 Coover Hall
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Shuang Li is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University. Previously she was a Hedrick Assistant Adjunct Professor in the Department of Mathematics at UCLA working with Professor Deanna Needell. She received her PhD in Electrical Engineering (minor in Computational & Applied Math) from the Colorado School of Mines, where she was fortunate to be advised by Professor Michael B. Wakin and Professor Gongguo Tang. Her research mainly focuses on leveraging the low-dimensional structures such as sparsity, low-rankness, and smoothness existed in high-dimensional data in order to develop optimization-based techniques and provide optimality guarantees for many fundamental problems in signal processing and machine learning. Some of her recent research directions include convex and non-convex optimization, game theory, digital beamforming, and tensor analysis.

I am looking for self-motivated and hardworking students with interests in data science, machine learning, and signal processing. If you are interested, please contact me with your recent CV and transcripts.

What's New

  • [May 2024] Invited talk for the minisymposium on ‘‘Advances in Low-dimensional Representations in Imaging Science’’ at the SIAM Conference on Imaging Science that will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, US during May 28-31, 2024.

  • [Aug. 2023] I will be attending the third research collaboration workshop, ‘‘Women in Data Science and Mathematics’’, WiSDM 2023, that will be held on the UCLA campus during August 7-11, 2023.

  • [Aug. 2023] I am excited to be joining the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Iowa State University as an Assistant Professor in August 2023!

  • [Feb. 2023] Invited talk for the Electrical Engineering Graduate Seminar at California Polytechnic State University.

  • [Nov. 2022] Invited talk for the Applied Math Seminar at the University of California, Irvine.

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