Mathematics professor receives additional funds for research
Dr. Kanghui Guo, professor of mathematics at Missouri State University, received a grant of an additional $19,602 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue his “Collaborative Research: Analysis and Processing of Multidimensional Data Using Sparse Directional Multiscale Representations” project. The project has received a total of $61,059 in grant money from the NSF.
For more information, contact Guo at (417) 836-6712.
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