Talks:
 Persistent homology,
metrics on diagrams and metric space valued functions,
Banach Center
Conference on Applied Topology, Bedlewo, Poland, July
25, 2013.
 Metrics on diagrams and
persistent homology, Applied
and Computational Algebraic Topology, Bremen, Germany,
July 18, 2013.
 Inference using a new
topological statistic, the persistence landscape, Topological
data analysis and machine learning theory, Banff
International Research Station (BIRS), October 18,
2012.
 Towards statistical topology:
homology, persistent homology and persistence landscapes,
Statistics,
Geometry, and Combinatorics on Stratified Spaces Arising
from Biological Problems, Mathematical Biosciences
Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, May 22,
2012.
 Categorification of applied
topology, DARPA Mathematics Summit, Incline Village,
NV, February 21, 2012.
 Persistent homology and
statistical inference: Persistence Landscapes, AMS
Special Session on Computational and Applied Topology,
Joint
Mathematical Meetings, Boston, MA, January 5, 2012.
 Nonparametric regression for
topology, applied to brain imaging data, University of
Virginia, October 15, 2010.
 Assembling geometric data using
statistics for topology, Ohio State University,
February 19, 2010.
 Concurrency and
quasicategories: cubes, simplices, necklaces and horns,
GETCO
2010: Geometric and Topological Methods in Computer
Science, Aalborg, Denmark, January 14, 2010.
 Algebraic topology and statistics,
and Persistent homology of
functions, NSF/CBMS conference on Algebraic
topology in applied mathematics, August 4, 2009.
 Persistent homology and
nonparametric regression, Data
Analysis using Computational Topology and Geometric
Statistics, Banff
International Research Station (BIRS), March 10, 2009.
 Estimating the topology of
functions on manifolds from noisy samples, Joint
Mathematical Meetings, Washington, DC, January 6, 2009.
 Multivariate Topological Data
Analysis, Duke University, November 20, 2008.
 A mathematical model for
concurrent parallel computing, University of Oregon,
November 11, 2008.
 Models and van Kampen
theorem for directed homotopy theory, University of
Oregon, November 11, 2008.
 Introduction to directed
homotopy theory, given at the Special
Session on Homotopy Theory at the 2008
Fall Central Section Meeting Kalamazoo, MI, October
1719, 2008.
 Extremal models of concurrent
systems, the fundamental bipartite graph, and directed van
Kampen theorems, given at Algebraic Topological
Methods in Computer Sciences 2008, Paris, France, July 711,
2008.
 Statistical persistent homology,
given at the workshop Computational Algebraic Topology, Oberwolfach,
Germany, June 29  July 5, 2008.
 Directed topology and
concurrent computing, given at the University of
Akron, OH on April 24, 2008.
 Directed topology for
concurrent systems, given at John Carroll University,
OH on November 12, 2007.
 A mathematical model for parallel
computing, given at the University of Guelph, Canada
on August 15, 2007.
 Quillen and concurrency, given
at the Mathematical Sciences
Research Institute (MSRI) in Berkeley, CA on October
30, 2006.
 A statistical approach to
persistent homology, given at the Workshop
on the Application of topology in science and engineering,
at the Mathematical Sciences
Research Institute (MSRI) in Berkeley, CA on September
21, 2006.
 A statistical approach to
persistent homology, given at the 34th
Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada at
UWO on May 31, 2006.
 An introduction to the
geometry and topology of point cloud data, given at
John Carroll University, OH on September 19, 2005.
 A statistical approach to
algebraic topology, given at Seminaire
de
Statistique, EPFL on June 10, 2005.
 Using context and
model categories to define directed homotopies, given
at Invariants
algebriques et topologiques du calcul on March 18,
2005.
 Persistent homology and
directional statistics, given at Ottawa
Workshop
on the Geometry of Very Large Data Sets on Feb. 25,
2005.
 Context for models of
concurrency, given at GETCO
2004: Geometric and Topological Methods in Concurrency and
Distributed Computing on Oct 4, 2004.
 Towards a model category for
local pospaces, given at ATMCS2:
Algebraic Topological Methods in Computer Science, II
on July 18, 2004.
