Dr. Lucas Monzon is a co-founder and Managing Principal at TNG.
He received the bachelor degree in Mathematics from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina and the M. S. and Ph.D. degrees in Mathematics from Yale University.
Lucas has many years of experience working as a private consultant, has been Principal Investigator of several National Science Foundation grants and had participated in several projects for the Department of Energy and the Department of Defense.
He has published 21 refereed papers in highly recognized professional journals; several of these papers have been highly cited. He also holds a patent in techniques for seismic survey data and a pending patent application on an inversion method for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance measuring tools.
Since 2001, together with Greg Beylkin, he has been developing a new theory and key algorithms for nonlinear approximation of functions which has found numerous applications.
Lucas has a part time position at the University of Colorado at Boulder. His research activity includes harmonic and numerical analysis, nonlinear algorithms, inverse problems, and signal processing.
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