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Samir Chowdhury

Postdoc at Stanford University. Applied mathematics for personalized psychiatry.

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December 2020 UC Davis MADDD Seminar

September 2020 Applied Topology Seminar, EPFL

August 2020 Algebraic Topology: Methods, Computation, and Science (ATMCS9) talks hosted by the Applied Algebraic Topology Research Network (AATRN)

July 2020 Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) workshop on optimal transport and topological data analysis, The Ohio State University

June 2020 DiffCVML workshop at CVPR

June 2020 Organization for Human Brain Mapping (poster)

June 2020 Georgia Topology Conference, University of Georgia (canceled due to COVID-19)

April 2020 Guest lectures for CS233, Stanford University (Instructor: Leonidas Guibas)

January 2020 Colloquium, University of Florida

January 2020 Colloquium, SUNY Albany

October 2019 UC Davis

October 2019 Stanford University

June 2019 Minisymposium on Computational Topology, SoCG

May 2019 SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems

March 2019 Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems Conference, The University of Alabama

January 2019 AMS Special Session on Network Science, JMM

November 2018 Rice University

November 2018 Northwestern University

November 2018 Topology, Geometry, and Data Analysis Seminar, The Ohio State University

October 2018 Stanford University

October 2018 UC Davis

October 2018 SIAM Central States Section Meeting, The University of Oklahoma

August 2018 TRIPODS Summer Bootcamp: Topology and Machine Learning at ICERM, Brown University

June 2018 ATMCS8, IST Austria

March 2018 AMS Spring Central Sectional Meeting, The Ohio State University

January 2018 AMS Special Session on Topological Data Analysis, JMM

January 2018 Session on Metrics and Optimization, JMM

January 2018 Symposium on Discrete Algorithms

June-August 2017 Summer@ICERM REU, ICERM, Brown University

February 2017 Computational and Systems Neuroscience (Cosyne) (poster)

January 2017 3rd School on Topological Data Analysis, Mexico City

December 2016 NeurIPS

November 2016 IEEE Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers