Toluwanimi (Toluwa) Odemuyiwa, is a PhD student at the University of California, Davis, advised by Prof. John D. Owens. Prior to Davis, she completed a masters degree in electrical engineering at San Jose State University while concurrently working as a full-time design verification engineer at Microsemi Corporation. Advised by Prof. Birsen Sirkeci, her MSEE thesis focused on using machine learning to classify wireless radio signals. She obtained her BASc (Engineering Science) from the University of Toronto in 2017 working on using electroencephalography signals as a modality for biometric verification, supervised by Prof. Dimitrios Hatzinakos. Her current research interest is in algorithmic, software, and hardware techniques for finding novel ways to handle sparse data and computations as the need for High Performance Computing continues to grow in the age of Big Data. She is particularly interested in the ways software and hardware can be co-designed to produce novel solutions.
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