About Me

Hello, I'm Gregory Tsiang Ely, a postdoc in the Device Realization Laboratory at MIT. I'm currently interested in applying techniques from seismology to medical ultrasound and uncertainty quantification in imaging problems.

I completed my Doctorate student in MIT's Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Science (EAPS). I worked with Alison Malcolm on applications of global optimization methods for seismic imaging and using Bayesian inference to quantity uncertainty of seismic velocity model.

I've researched applications of stochastic and sparse signal processing to inverse problems at Tufts University in collaboration with professor Shuchin Aeron, extending a number of techniques for matrix completion to higher order tensors. I also developed data analysis algorithms for gravitational wave detection with the LIGO consortium, and worked on several infrared remote sensing projects and radar tracking algorithms through MIT Lincoln Laboratory.


elyg [at] mit [dot] edu

Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Mass Ave, 54-216
Cambridge, MA, 02139