SFBSeminar München
 Next Occurrence: 20.04.2018, 10:15  11:45
 Nina Otter: Magnitude meets persistence. Homology theories for filtered simplicial sets
 Type: Seminar
 Location: TU München
Room: 02.06.011 at Zentrum Mathematik, Boltzmannstraße 3, 85748 Garching
Time: Tuesday 14:15
Talks
24.04.2018

14:15  15:15
(@TUM)
Decoding of neural data using cohomological learning,
Erik Rybakken (NTNU, Trondheim)
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20.04.2018

10:15  11:45
(Room 03.03.011)
Magnitude meets persistence. Homology theories for filtered simplicial sets,
Nina Otter (Oxford University, England)
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15.02.2018

14:00  15:00
The Matroid of Barcodes: Combinatorial Foundations in TDA,
Greg Henselman (Princeton University)
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14.06.2016

14:15  15:15
NonNegative Dimensionality Reduction in Signal Separation,
Sara KrauseSolberg (TU München)
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17.03.2015

14:15  15:30
(with LiveBroadcast to the TU Berlin)
Strong Equivalence of the Interleaving and Functional Distortion Distances for Reeb Graphs,
Elizabeth Munch (University at Albany, NY)
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06.05.2014

14:15  15:15
A tour through modern methods in multiple time scale dynamics,
Christian Kühn (TU Wien)
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15.04.2014

14:15  15:15
Variational Integrators in Plasma Physics,
Michael Kraus (IPP)
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03.12.2013

14:15  16:30
Optimal topological simplification of discrete functions on surfaces,
Carsten Lange (TU München)
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21.11.2013

14:15  15:15
(Thursday)
Topological chaos, braiding and bifurcation of almostcyclic sets,
Shane Ross (Virginia Tech)
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15:30  16:30
(Thursday)
Transfer operator based numerical analysis of timedependent transport,
Kathrin PadbergGehle (TU Dresden)
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23.07.2013

16:15  17:15
The Real Dynamics of Bieberbach’s Example,
Sandra Hayes (Queen College, City University of New York)
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26.03.2013

16:15  17:15
Visual Exploration of Complex Functions,
Elias Wegert (TU Freiberg)
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05.02.2013

16:15  17:15
Gradient flows and Ricci curvature in discrete analysis,
Jan Maas (Universität Bonn)
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22.01.2013

16:15  17:15
Discrete projectiveminimal surfaces,
Wolfgang K. Schief (UNSW Sydney, Australia)
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15.01.2013

16:15  17:15
Discrete variational principles in atomistic mechanics,
Gero Friesecke