Come to research seminar on algebraic topology

Join us as a mathematics faculty candidate presents her research topic on topology and its applications. This event will be today (Tuesday) at 3 p.m. in EHS 125.

Algebraic topology is a field of mathematics that describes and characterizes spaces by assigning algebraic invariants to each space, something that will not change if one deforms the space (e.g. by stretching or shrinking) without tearing or cutting. Building on a minimal knowledge of linear algebra, we will discuss applications of algebraic topology in the form of topological data analysis and see some examples of applications in image processing and neuroscience.

Questions? Contact Adina McConaughey (

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