The theory of persistence was developed in the early 2000’s as an attempt to define topological descriptors of datasets which are stable to noise. The aim of this seminar is to gather together the mathematical communities who have a common interest in the theoretical aspects of persistence, such as its connections to sheaf theory, homotopy theory, symplectic geometry, representation theory, and relative homological algebra.
- March 14th, 2023: Sylvain Douteau and René Corbet
- April 11th, 2023: Steve Oudot and Daniel Perez
- May 9th, 2023: Ryan Grady and Michael Usher
- June 13th, 2023: Nina Otter and TBA
We meet the second Tuesday of each month, from 3pm to 4:30pm CET. Each edition consists of two 40 minute talks with 5 minutes for questions after each talk.
How to attend
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If you have any suggestions or are interested in giving a talk, please contact the organizers by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Nicolas Berkouk (EPFL, Lausanne)
- Damien Calaque (Institut Alexandre Grothendieck, Université de Montpellier) (Until June 2022)
- François Petit (CRESS, Paris)
- Luis Scoccola (Northeastern University, Boston) (From Aug. 2022)