The following faculty members have research interests in Scientific Computation and Mathematical Algorithms. Details about each persons research, publications and information about thesis topics can be found on each person’s home page.
Topology, geometry, and data analysis. More specific subfields of interest include applied topology, computational topology and geometry, combinatorial topology, metric geometry, machine learning, and sensor networks
My research is on efficient algorithms for combinatorial problems. I am especially interested in recursive decompositions of arbitrary graphs and digraphs, algorithms for classes of graphs that are subclasses of the class of perfect graphs, and classes of graphs that have geometric representations.
Differential and symplectic geometry, geometric probability, knot theory, and applications of these areas to polymer physics and signal processing