Kasso Okoudjou

Born: March 30, 1973

place: Benin

Universite Nationale du Benin (Benin)

Ph.D. (2003) Georgia Institute of Technology
thesis: Characterization of Function Spaces and Boundedness of Bilinear Operators through Gabor Frames; advisor Christopher Heil.

: H. C. Wang Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Cornell University

personal or universal URL: http://www.math.cornell.edu/People/Postdocs/okoudjou.html
email: kasso@math.cornell.edu


Area: Harmonic analysis; pseudodifferential operators; frame theory
Harmonic analysis, specifically in time-frequency analysis and wavelet theory. Time-frequency concentration, smoothness and decay using the theory of frames - in particular, Gabor and wavelet frames. Mmultilinear pseudodifferential operators using mainly a time-frequency approach. Applications of frames to signal processing, both in the finite and infinite dimensional settings.


  1. Gabor analysis in weighted amalgam spaces (with K. Grochenig and C. Heil), Sampling Theory in Signal and Image Processing 1 no. 3 (2002), 225­260.
  2. Embeddings of some classical Banach spaces into modulation spaces, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 132 no. 6 (2004), 1639­1647.
  3. Bilinear pseudodifferential operators on modulation spaces (with A. Benyi), Journal of Fourier Analysis and Applications, to appear.
  4. Modulation spaces and a class of bounded multilinear pseudodifferential operators (with A. Benyi, K. Grochenig and C. Heil), submitted.
  5. Weak uncertainty principles on fractals (with R. S. Strichartz), 2004 preprint.



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