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Proficient in the areas of applied mathematics, communication theory, compressed sending, signal processing and Fourier analysis, Philipp Walk has contributed to the field of research for the last decade. Since 2015, he has served as a postdoctoral researcher for the California Institute of Technology’s Department of Electrical Engineering. His current studies are concentrated on signal processing with a focus on deconvolution. Dr. Walk launched his career as a research assistant at Technische Universität Berlin’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, a role in which he served from 2007 to 2010. In 2010, he accepted the role of research assistant within the Department of Electrical Engineering at Technische Universität München.

Recognized for his many contributions to his field, Dr. Walk has received several grants. In 2016, he was awarded a research grant from the Hausdorff Institute for Mathematics for a trimester program: “Mathematics of Signal Processing.” DFG, otherwise known as the German Research Foundation, began to fund his research project, “Structured Signal Models in Compressed Sensing,” in 2015, and will continue to fund this project until December 2017. Dr. Walk maintains affiliation with IEEE, and has also authored and co-authored numerous publications. Among these include, “A Stability Result for Sparse Convolutions,” “Analysis of Convolutions with Support Restrictions,” and “Compressed Sensing on the Image of Bilinear Maps.”

After serving as a student research assistant at Hahn-Meitner Institut Berlin from 2001 to 2004 and at Technische Universität Berlin in 2003, Dr. Walk further pursued his education in the field. He earned a Master of Physics from Technische Universität Berlin in 2006, followed by a doctoral degree in mathematics from Technische Universität München in 2014. Recognized for his hard work and achievements in the field, Dr. Walk has been dubbed a listee in the Marquis Who’s Who registry.

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