Dr Ed Cohen



        Lecturer in Statistics
        MSc in Statistics Course Director


        Department of Mathematics,
        Imperial College London,
        SW7 2AZ

        Office: Huxley 536
        Tel: +44 (0) 207 59 43986
        email: e.cohen at imperial.ac.uk

        Professional Website



Research Interests:

Research interests broadly lie in the area of statistical signal and image processing, with particular focus on: Quantitative bioimaging, multivariate time series, multivariate point processes, wavelet analysis of time series, wavelet analysis of point processes, complex valued time series, nonstationarity.

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I welcome e-mail enquiries from those interested in doing a Ph.D. in methodological advancements in quantitative bio-imaging, wavelet applications in random processes, spectral theory and methodology for point processes or related fields.

Research Associate position currently being advertised!

Teaching:
M5MS07 - Nonparametric Smoothing and Wavelets
M5MS08 - Multivariate Analysis

Education
:

PhD - Department of Mathematics
Imperial College London.
Supervisor: Prof Andrew Walden

MPhys - Mathematics and Physics
University of Warwick.

Previous Employment:

Teaching Fellow
Sep 2012 - July 2013
Department of Mathematics
Imperial College London

Postdoctoral Research Scholar
July 2011 - Sep 2012
Ward-Ober Lab
University of Texas at Dallas, and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Signal Processing Research Scientist
Aug 2005 - Sep 2007
Electronic Surveillance and Countermeasures Research Group
Spectrum Solutions Division
QinetiQ


Grants:
EPSRC Grant EP/P011535/1


Awards:
Imperial College Faculty of Natural Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award 2014

Some of my external collaborators:
Ward-ober lab, Texas A&M
Dr Dylan Owen, Biophysics and Nanotechnology Group, Kings College London
Dr Kary Myers, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Dr Ricardo Henriques, Quantitative Imaging and Nanobiophysics Group, University College London

Workshops Organised:
Quantitative methodologies for fluorescence microscopy imaging workshop 25th April 2014



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