The Geometric Realization of AATRN (Applied Algebraic Topology Research Network)

Description

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This week-long conference is in celebration of the 10-year anniversary of AATRN, the Applied Algebraic Topology Research Network. It will be the first time that AATRN meets in person, bringing together researchers from different backgrounds—mathematics, statistics, computer science, physics, biology, etc. In other words, AATRN will be “geometrically realized” at the Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation in Chicago, USA!

AATRN is a research community that hosts regular online talks and interviews, produces educational content, helps facilitate online conferences, and brings together an international group of researchers. AATRN’s YouTube channel has 6,500 subscribers, 550 videos, and about 22 hours watched per day. We are a diverse community striving to highlight the work of both established and young researchers, in academia or in industry, internationally, and always with a spirit of inclusivity.

The research themes represented at this conference will be in applied topology, broadly interpreted, including theory, algorithms, and applications. Potential topics of interest include (but are not limited to) computational geometry, random topology, topological data analysis, geometry and topology in machine learning, topological complexity, and topology in the life sciences.

This workshop will include lightning talks and a poster session for early career researchers (including graduate students). If accepted, you will be asked to do both. In order to propose a lightning session talk and a poster, you must first register for the workshop, and then submit a proposal using the form that will become available on this page after you register. The registration form should not be used to propose a lightning session talk or poster.

The deadline for proposing is March 14, 2025. If your proposal is accepted, you should plan to attend the event in-person.

Organizers

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H A
Henry Adams University of Florida
H D P K
Hana Dal Poz Kouřimská IST Austria
T H
Teresa Heiss IST Austria
S K
Sara Kališnik ETH Zurich
B R
Bastian Rieck Institute of AI for Health at Helmholtz Munich

Speakers

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U B
Ulrich Bauer Technical University of Munich
O B
Omer Bobrowski Queen Mary University of London
P B
Peter Bubenik University of Florida, Gainesville
G C
Gunnar Carlsson Stanford University
M C
Mathieu Carriere INRIA Sophia Antipolis
E C
Erin Chambers Saint Louis University
B G
Barbara Giunti University at Albany
Y H
Yasu Hiraoka Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study, Kyoto University
A M
Anthea Monod Imperial College London
E M
Elizabeth Munch Michigan State University
N O
Nina Otter INRIA Saclay
A P
Amit Patel Colorado State University
J P
Jose Perea Northeastern University
Y W
Yusu Wang University of California, San Diego
I Y
Iris Yoon Wesleyan University

Registration

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