Eva Dyer

2119 Duncan Hall
Rice University MS-366
Houston, TX 77251

Email: e [dot] dyer [at] rice [dot] edu
[CV] Curriculum vitae

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I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Electrical & Computer Engineering department at Rice University where I work in the DSP group with Dr. Richard Baraniuk. Before entering the Ph.D. program at Rice, I received my BSEE in May of 2007 from the University of Miami with a double major in Audio Engineering and Applied Physics. While at the University of Miami, I worked for the Edward Arnold Center for Confluent Media Studies as a multimedia designer and also as an assistant sound designer for the documentary One Water: A collaborative effort for a sustainable future. In the summer of 2006, I conducted research in the ERC for Computer Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology at The Johns Hopkins University with Gabor Fichtinger and Greg Fischer. In June of 2008, I was accepted into the W.M. Keck Interdisciplinary Bioscience Training Program in Computational Biology and Medicine where I served as a predoctoral trainee until June 2010. As of June 2010, I began my tenure as a NSF Graduate Research Fellow.

Last updated: Aug 20, 2012