Oak Ridge, TN
August 8, 2019
Time: 3:30 P.M.
Location: Building 4100, Conference Room J302
Topological data analysis can be applied to study the large-scale and meso-scale structure of complex networks. By constructing a simplicial complex from a network, topological invariants such as homology can be efficiently extracted. Given a weighted network, these techniques can analyze the features of the network at all resolutions simultaneously, differentiating short-lived features from persistent features. We show how the results of topological data analysis can be interpreted for a collaboration network of scientists in the field of peridynamics.
Biraj Dahal is a rising senior at Clemson University, studying Mathematics and Computer Science. His research interests include complex network analysis, functional analysis, and probabilistic data analysis. After undergrad, he will be seeking a Ph.D.