Ohio TDA day 2019

July 29th, Dayton, OH

Venue: 444 E. Second St. Dayton, OH 45402.


10:00-10:30 Yusu Wang

10:30-10:45  OSU-student-1

10:45-11:00  OSU-student-2


11:00-11:30 – WSU-student-Kyle

11:30-12:00 – WSU-student-Xiu

12:00-12:30 – WSU-student-Matt (to confirm)


12:30-1:30 Lunch and planning session


1:30-3:15  OSU session (7 students, 15 mins each)

3:15-4:15pm   AFRL session

4:15-4:45pm    SoTDA abstracts 


OSU students/postdocs

  1. Tao Hou: Persistent 1-Cycles: Definition, Computation, and Some Applications
  2. Woojin Kim: Zigzag persistent homology techniques for analyzing dynamic data
  3. Ryan Slechta: Filtration Simplification for Persistent Homology via Edge Contraction
  4. Anastasios Stefanou:  Using Category Theory for Topological Data Analysis
  5. Minghao Tian: A quest towards recovering shortest metric from randomly perturbed networks
  6. Zhengchao Wan: The Wasserstein Transform
  7. Jiayuan Wang: Road network reconstruction from satellite images
  8. Cheng Xin: Generalized Persistence Algorithm for Multi-parameter Persistence
  9. Simon Zhang: High performance persistent homology computation 

WSU students

Kyle Brown: Topological Hierarchical Decompositions – Formalization and Connections

Xiu-Huan Hap: THD++ via supervised filters, adaptive resolution, and segmentators 

Matt Piekenbrock: Efficiently Implementing Multi-Scale Mapper