Research Interests

My research interests lie in applied differential and algebraic geometry. In particular I am interested in how geometric and algebraic tools can aide in understanding objects represented by continuous, discrete, or noisy data, such as in detecting invariant features and symmetries under groups of transformations and other equivalence relations.

Publications and Preprints

2

Other work

Links for slides and maple code

Thesis

Where you can find me

Aug. 2021 - SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry (Texas A&M)

Aug. 2020 - Geometry of curves in time series and shape analysis (MPI MiS - online)

Oct. 2020 - Graphical Models Workshop (TU Munich)

Sep. 2019 - Macaulay2 Workshop (Universität des Saarlandes)

Apr. 2019 - Meeting on Applied Algebraic Geometry (Georgia Tech)

Feb. 2019 - Algebraic Vision Research Cluster at ICERM (Brown University)

Jan. 2019 - Joint Mathematics Meetings (Baltimore, MD)

Fall 2018 - Nonlinear Algebra at ICERM (Brown University)

June 2018 - Applications of Polynomial Systems (Texas A&M)

Apr. 2018 - Meeting on Applied Algebraic Geometry (Georgia Tech)

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