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- Chair; Associate Professor
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Dr. Pando earned his Ph.D. under Prof. Li-Zhi Fang at the University of
Arizona. His thesis centered on the development of the wavelet transform
for use in the study of large-scale structure. He received the
Chateaubriand post-doctoral, followed by an NSF international
post-doctoral fellowship to continue his work at the Observatoire de
In general, his research focuses on the
uncovering of structure from a noisy background. Originally, he focused
the formation of large-scale structure formation in the universe, using
higher order correlations to uncover the clustering patterns of matter
in the universe. Along with continuing to study large-scale structure,
he is also now investigating secondary structure detection and
prediction in proteins.
Dr. Pando has long been involved in
efforts to increase the number of underrepresented groups in the
sciences. He has been a member of the Society for the Advancement of
Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) for 15 years
and is a board member of the National Society of Hispanic Physicists.
He has served on numerous committees and panels dealing with the issues
faced by underrepresented students and professionals in STEM fields.
Dr. Pando currently serves as the Chair of the Physics Department at DePaul University.
Jesús Pando, Luke Sands, and Sean Shaheen, Detection of protein Secondary Structures via the Discrete Wavelet Transform, 80, 051909, Physical Review E (2009).
Bryan Kim, Ping He, Jesús Pando, Long-Long Feng and Li-Zhi Fang, The velocity field of baryonic gas in the universe, 625, 599, Astrophysical Journal (2005).
Jesús Pando, Long-Long Feng, Li-Zhi Fang, The Statistical Discrepancy between the IGM and Dark Matter Fields: One-Point Statistics, 154, 475, Astrophysical Journal Supplement (2004).
Jesús Pando, Pete Cervantes, and Ruth Howes, A Small First Step, APS Forum on Education Summer 2003 Newsletter.