Henry Adams Assistant Professor

Office: Weber 120

Phone: (970) 491-5085

Website: http://www.math.colostate.edu/~adams/

Curriculum Vitae: https://www.math.colostate.edu//~adams/CV_HenryAdams.pdf

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=juLM8nMAAAAJ&hl=en


  • Stanford University, PhD Mathematics, 2013
  • Stanford University, BS Mathematics with honors and distinction, 2007


Please see my personal webpage http://www.math.colostate.edu/~adams/ for more information.


On the nonlinear statistics of optical flowWith Johnathan Bush, Brittany Carr, Lara Kassab, and Joshua MirthProceedings of Computational Topology in Image Context, LNCS volume 11382, 151-165, 2019
Metric thickenings of Euclidean SubmanifoldsWith Joshua MirthTopology and its Applications 254, 69-84, 2019
Metric reconstruction via optimal transportWith Michal Adamaszek and Florian FrickSIAM Journal on Applied Algebra and Geometry 2, 597-619, 2018
Persistence images: A stable vector representation of persistent homologyWith Sofya Chepushtanova, Tegan Emerson, Eric Hanson, Michael Kirby, Francis Motta, Rachel Neville, Chris Peterson, Patrick Shipman, and Lori ZiegelmeierJournal of Machine Learning Research 18, Number 8, 1-35, 2017
On Vietoris-Rips complexes of ellipsesWith Michal Adamaszek and Samadwara ReddyJournal of Topology and Analysis, 1-30, 2017
The Vietoris-Rips complexes of a circleWith Michal AdamaszekPacific Journal of Mathematics 290, 1-40, 2017
Random cyclic dynamical systemsWith Michal Adamaszek and Francis MottaAdvances in Applied Mathematics 83, 1-23, 2017
Nerve complexes of circular arcsWith Michal Adamaszek, Florian Frick, Chris Peterson, and Corrine Previte-JohnsonDiscrete & Computational Geometry 56, 251-273, 2016
Evasion paths in mobile sensor networksWith Gunnar CarlssonInternational Journal of Robotics Research 34, 90-104, 2015
Javaplex: A research software package for persistent (co)homologyWith Andrew Tausz and Mikael Vejdemo-Johansson. Proceedings of ICMS 2014, Han Hong and Chee Yap (Eds), LNCS 8592, 129-136, 2014
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