If you are a student, and taking my class MATH 61 in Fall 2020:
The classes will be taught synchronously at the time indicated on CCLE
All lectures will be recorded, and attendance is not compulsory
Hi! I am Nina.
I am an executive manager for
new open-access journal publishing research in the mathematics of
I run a local
TDA seminar at UCLA.
Here is my CV.
You can contact me at
math dot ucla dot edu.
The first volume of Compositionality was published in December
2019! You can find the papers here.
On 7 May 2018 I successfully defended my DPhil thesis at the
University of Oxford.
Preprints and recent publications
persistent homology (joint with H. Schenck, H. Harrington,
U. Tillmann), SIAM Journal on Applied Algebraic Geometry, 3(3):439-471 (2019).
A roadmap for the computation of persistent homology (joint with
M. Porter, U. Tillmann, P. Grindrod, H. Harrington), EPJ Data
Science 2017 6:17 (2017). A combined pdf of the paper and the supplementary material is here.
All processed data sets used in the benchmarking, as well as scripts used to measure memory, all scripts written for the tutorial, and an updated list of libraries for PH can be found
and phylogenetic trees (joint with J. Baez), Theory and
Applications of Categories, 33(40):1397-1453 (2017).
Magnitude meets persistence. Homology
theories for filtered simplicial sets
Slides or videos from talks
The persistent homology of data, Oberseminar
Geometrie, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences,
Leipzig, 17 July 2018
Stratifying multiparameter persistent homology, TDA seminar, CIMAT, Guanajuato, Mexico, 1 September 2017.
New invariants for multiparameter persistent homology, at the Applied Algebraic Topology 2017 conference, Sapporo, Japan, 9 August 2017.
Stratifying multiparameter persistent homology, at the workshop
Topological Data Analysis: Developing Abstract Foundations, BIRS, Canada, 2 August 2017. A video of the talk is available here.
The phylogenetic operad, at the Barcelona Mathematical Days, Barcelona, 27 April 2017.
Multiparameter persistent homology: applications and algorithms, at the GUDHI/Top Data Workshop, Porquerolles, France, 18 October 2016.
Operads and phylogenetic trees at the Computational and Applied Algebra minisymposium, British Applied Mathematics Colloquium, Oxford, 6 April 2016.
A roadmap for the computation of persistent homology at the 2nd School and Conference on Topological Data Analysis, Queretaro, Mexico, 11 December 2015.
The phylogenetic operad at the SISU Math Research Seminar, San Jose State University, 9 November 2015.
The phylogenetic operad at the Applied Algebra Minisymposium, UC Berkeley, 4 November 2015.
Software for persistent homology: overview and demonstration at the CAT Research School and ATI scoping workshop in Oxford, 11 September 2015. The scripts for the exercises given during the talk can be found here (latest upload 14 September).
Operads and phylogenetic trees at the YTM in Lausanne, 9 July 2015.
A roadmap for the computation of persistent homology at the AAT research network meeting in Aberdeen, 8 June 2015.
Upcoming (virtual) travel
Well, I am not really going anywhere, and neither should you!
I will be delivering lectures remotely at the following events:
University of Oxford:
Spring 2019: Math 168 Introdution to Networks
In Hilary and Trinity Term (January–June) 2017 I was tutoring Topology at New College and St Hugh's College.
In Hilary (January–March) 2017 I was the class tutor for Computational Algebraic Topology. I also gave a tutorial on Category Theory for the Stanford in Oxford programme.
In Hilary and Trinity Term (January–June) 2016 I was the tutor for Topology at New College.
About TeX (from here):
In general, TeX usage is pretty much like being a guest at somebody
There are zillions of stuff that you have absolutely no idea what they
So don't fiddle too much. Just enjoy your stay and get out as soon as