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- Aug 2018: New NSF
grant (2018–2021, sole
PI). Thank you NSF!
- Jun 2018: Paper on
divergent phenomoics subpopulations
using TDA is accepted
- May 2018: Matthew
Broussard (AFRL), Prashant
head for summer internships. Congrats,
- Mar 2018: Nathaniel
Saul is awarded a NASA
Space Grant fellowship (we'll use
TDA for galaxy identification)!
Feb 2018: New paper
Dec 2017: New paper
paths in the Mapper.
at the Joint
Mathematics Meetings, 2018.
Nov 2017: Our work
on waste gasification
was featured in the Columbian,
a regional newspaper!
Nov 2017: I'm featuerd in this
ResearchNow! web page!
Jul 2017: New NSF
grant on TDA in Phenomics!! Coverage
Jul 2017: New paper on hypothesis
extraction from phenomics data using
Dec 2016: Pullman will be a happening
place in April 2017! Data
Science Day on Apr 21, and the
Spring Western Sectional Meeting on
Apr 22-23 (my special
sessions: 1, 2, 3).
- Apr 2016: Ben
Rapone receives a Hacker
Graduate Research Award. Congrats
Apr 2016: Bei
Wang and I are organizing a workshop
Data Analysis in Biomedicine
2016. We have an excellent list of
speakers. Please encourage your students
Jan 2016: Workshop on Abstract
Algebra and Algebraic Topology in
Biomedicine in PSB
May 2015: Ben Rapone awarded
a CAS RA
May 2015: REU this summer on
optimization in algebraic topology
April 2015: Ben
Teaching Award. Congrats Ben!
Apr 2015: Our work on knapsack public
key cryptosystems is featured
in the news!
- Jan 2015: Sharif Ibrahim to join (May
as an Engineer. Congrats Sharif!
- Nov 2014: How to go from discrete to
continuous carefully - see our
- Oct 2014: Loops
in cancer gene expression data! See
our paper in
- May 2014: REU this Summer on medical
- Nov 2013: Gavin Smith to
as an Engineer. Congrats Gavin!
- Aug 2013: IMA Year
on Applications of
- Apr 2013: Not totally unimodular? Not a problem! See
- Apr 2013: Paper
contractions and simplicial homology
school on geometry and data @ WSU - July 9-27, 2012
- Apr 2012:
Sabbatical in 2012-2013
- Mar 2012: REU this Summer on Computational Topology and
flat norm in arbitrary dimensions
3 (Total budget: $916K/4 yrs for 3 univs)
- Mar 2010: Program
Trends in Optimization and Its Application
at IPAM (Sep 12-Dec
- Feb 2010: Using
integer homology instead of binary homology makes NP-hard
- Dec 2009:
Svetlana Lockwood is
CRA UG Research Award finalist and
- About Me
Madras, 1999; PhD
Chapel Hill, 2004.
WSU: Pullman (2004-2014), Vancouver (2014-now).
- computational algebraic topology
- geometric measure theory
- integer optimization and basis reduction
- computational models for surgical and biomedical applications
- computational biology
I am grateful to the National Science
Foundation for funding my research through
several grants over the years.
Find out more about
my projects by clicking the link above.
(Please read this bit, if you're a
student wanting to work with me)
Tian (PhD,2011); JPMorgan Chase
Smith (PhD, 2013); Intel
Ibrahim (PhD, 2014, joint
Vixie); Tech Start-up; Intel (2015)
Hu (PhD, 2018, joint
Rapone (PhD, current)
Alvarado (PhD, current, joint
Broussard (PhD, current)
Gupta (PhD, current)
Saul (PhD, current)
Teaching (click to see all classes I've taught)
Connected Picture - my blog