Friday, October 15, 2021 at 11:00am to 12:00pm
JO 3.516, JO 3.516 Johnson Academic Center, 800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, TX 75080
Please join us for our colloquium on Friday October 15th
Speaker: Baris Coskunuzer, The University of Texas at Dallas
Title: Geometric Approaches on Persistent Homology
Time/Location: 11am – 12 pm, JO 3.516
Abstract: Persistent Homology is one of the most important techniques used in Topological Data Analysis. In first half of the talk, we give an introduction to the subject. Then, we study the persistent homology output via geometric topology tools. In particular, we give a geometric description of the term “persistence”, and discuss its relations to Gromov’s filling radius. This is joint work with Henry Adams. The talk will be non-technical, and accessible to graduate students.
Coffee will be served at 10:30am in the alcove outside FO 2.406
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