Funded by NSF DMS RTG 2038103: PI Keiko Kawamuro
The workshop format is expected to be in person; however, many talks will be available online. Thus we expect to have both in person and online participants. Not all activities will be available to online participants.
We will have tutorials on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Tutorial days start with coffee at 8:30am and talks at 9am. Most tutorial days end at 5:30pm.
We will have research talks on Thursday and Friday with coffee at 8:30am and talks starting at 9am. We will end at 5pm on Thursday and 3:00pm on Friday.
Lunch will be on your own. There are many restaurants within walking distance.
* means an in person presentation. Presenters without a * will be giving their talk via zoom.
|8:30am||Coffee||9:00am||Isabel Darcy* and Ethan Rooke*, University of Iowa, Introduction to Topological Data Analysis and Software Installation , VIDEO (slides)||10:30am||Coffee Break||11:00am||Isabel Darcy* and Ethan Rooke*, Introduction to TDA Part 2||2:00pm||Youjia Zhou*, University of Utah, An introduction to the mapper algorithm and its open-source implementations, VIDEO||3:00pm||Coffee Break||3:30pm||Youjia Zhou*, An introduction to the mapper algorithm and its open-source implementations Part 2||4:30pm||Software Installation Part 3 + Coffee||5:30pm||End of day 1|
|8:30am||Coffee||9:00am||Joshua Levine, University of Arizona and Julien Tierny CNRS - Sorbonne Universite, An Introduction to the Topology ToolKit (TTK), VIDEO, (slides)||10:00am||Coffee Break||10:30am||Joshua Levine and Julien Tierny, An Introduction to the Topology ToolKit (TTK) Part 2, (slides)||1:30pm||Jose Perea*, Northeastern University, DREiMac: Dimensionality Reduction with Eilenberg-MacLane Spaces||3:30pm||Coffee Break||4:00pm||Jose Perea*, DREiMac: Dimensionality Reduction with Eilenberg-MacLane Spaces Part 2||5:30pm||End of day 2|
|8:30am||Coffee||9:00am||Divya Banesh* and Roxana Bujack, Los Alamos National Laboratory Vector Field Topology in VTK and ParaView||10:30am||Coffee Break||11:00am||Divya Banesh* and Roxana Bujack Vector Field Topology in VTK and ParaView Part 2, VIDEO||2:00pm||Paul Rosen*, University of South Florida, Optimizing and Interacting with Information Visualizations Using Topological Data Analysis, VIDEO||3:00pm||Coffee Break||3:30pm||Paul Rosen*, Optimizing and Interacting with Information Visualizations Using Topological Data Analysis Part 2||4:30pm||End of day 3|
|8:30am||Coffee||9:00am||Madelyn Shapiro*, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Topology of Machine Learning Activations, VIDEO, (slides)||10:00am||Coffee Break||10:30am||Gregory Henselman-Petrusek, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Optimal cycle representatives for visualization and feature localization: empirical insights for the practitioner||11:20am||Break||11:30am||Sarah Percival*, Michigan State University, Using Mapper to Reveal Morphological Relationships in Passiflora Leaves (slides)||12 noon||Benedikt Kolbe, Hausdorff Center for Mathematics Hyperbolic tilings and periodic knots||2:00pm||Guoning Chen*, University of Houston, Hexahedral Mesh Structure Visualization and Optimization, VIDEO||3:00pm||Coffee Break||3:30pm||Hanqi Guo, Argonne National Laboratory, Feature Tracking with Simplicial Spacetime Meshing||4:30pm||Yu Qin, Tulane University, A Domain-Oblivious Approach for Learning Concise Representations of Filtered Topological Spaces for Clustering||5:00pm||End of day 4|
|8:30am||Coffee||9:00am||Dustin L Arendt*, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Towards Practical and Accessible Hypergraph Visualization VIDEO||10:00am||Coffee Break||10:30am||Leila De Floriani, University of Maryland, Efficient Representations and Topology-based Methods for Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization||11:30am||Alexander Rolle, Technical University of Munich, Germany Visualizing cluster structure using prominence vineyards||1:30pm||Yue Zhang, Oregon State University, Topological Structures and Bifurcations in 3D Linear Symmetric Tensor Fields||2:00pm||Wako Bungula, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, Application of TDA Mapper to the Upper Mississippi River System||2:30pm||Robin Belton, Montana State University, Extremal Event Graphs: A (Stable) Tool for Analyzing Noisy Time Series Data||3:00pm||Departure or Social Activity|