Applications and Statistics of Multidimensional Persistence

Aims and ScopeGeneral InformationContact DetailsConfirmed ParticipantsRelated preprints and publicationsFunding sources

Aims and Scope

The purpose of the workshop is to take an application-driven approach to Multidimensional Persistence including participants from a variety of backgrounds including statistics, algebra, computer science and those who have already applied persistence in other disciplines.

General Information

The workshop will be held 22-26 of August 2016 at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland. The workshop will be structured with talks in the mornings and time in the afternoons for discussion. It will be a small conference (about 30 participants) with an environment designed for collaboration.

Non-local participants are staying at the SwissTech Hotel . The talks are held in the Mathematics Building in room MA A1 10.

The schedule is:

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
08:30 Registration and breakfastBreakfastBreakfastBreakfastBreakfast
09:00 Shmuel WeinbergerHerbert EdelsbrunnerPrimoz SkrabaKonstantin MischaikowFrancesco Vaccarino
09:50 Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break
10:20 Wojciech ChacholskiSayan MukherjeeKathryn HessMagnus BotnanJeremy Cochoy
11:10 Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break
11:40 Heather HarringtonClaudia LandiMichael KerberMatthew Wright Pawel Dlotko
12:30 Lunch breakLunch break ExcursionLunch breakLunch break
14:00 Group discussionWorking in small groups Group discussionWorking in small groups
15:00 Working in small groups Working in small groups
17:00 Poster session and apero
18:00 Workshop dinner

Contact Details

The workshop is being organized by Martina Scolamiero (martina.scolamiero@epfl.ch) and Katharine Turner (katharine.turner@epfl.ch).

Confirmed Participants

Related preprints and publications

The following is a random subset of papers related to the workshop. Feel free to send us references to papers that would be useful for participants.

Computing multidimensional persistence by Gunnar Carlsson, Gurjeet Singh, Afra J. Zomorodian

The Theory of Multidimensional Persistence by Gunnar Carlsson, Afra Zomorodian

Estimating Multidimensional Persistent Homology through a Finite Sampling by Niccolo Cavazza, Massimo Ferri, Claudia Landi

Multidimensional Persistence and Noise by Wojciech Chacholski, Anders Lundman, Ryan Ramanujam, Martina Scolamiero, Sebastian Oberg

Decomposition of exact pfd persistence bimodules by Jeremy Cochoy, Steve Oudot

Funding Sources

The organizers would like to thank the Laboratory of Neuroscience and Topology and the Swiss National Science Foundation for their financial support.