Mar 15, 2019
A toy example: an LSTM learns Bach
Jan 31, 2019
New paper: 'A walk through spectral bands: Using virtual reality to better visualize hyperspectral data'
Jan 25, 2019
New paper: 'Rare geometries: revealing rare categories via dimension-driven statistics'
Dec 26, 2018
A winter break project: classifying and analyzing telemetry data using convolutional neural nets and TensorFlow
Dec 18, 2018
Three new abstracts accepted to 'SPIE: Defense + Commercial Sensing'
Dec 1, 2018
An undergraduate math poster session at CSU this coming week
Nov 30, 2018
New paper: 'A Frobenius-Schreier-Sims Algorithm to tensor decompose algebras'
Nov 19, 2018
New paper: 'Letting symmetry guide visualization: multidimensional scaling on groups'
Oct 28, 2018
New paper: 'Coherent systems of probability measures on graphs for representations of free Frobenius towers'
Oct 16, 2018
Paper 'Monitoring the shape of weather, soundscapes, and dynamical systems: a new statistic for dimension-driven data analysis on large data sets' has been accepted to IEEE Big Data 2018
Sep 30, 2018
Paper 'The center of the twisted Heisenberg category, factorial Schur Q-functions, and transition functions on the Schur graph' accepted for publication in the Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics
Aug 20, 2018
New paper: Monitoring the shape of weather, soundscapes, and dynamical systems: A new statistic for dimension-driven data analysis on large data sets
Aug 1, 2018
I'll be on the job market next year.
Jul 9, 2018
Paper 'Khovanov's Heisenberg category, moments in free probability, and shifted symmetric functions' accepted to the journal Algebraic Combinatorics
Jun 4, 2018
New Paper: Too many secants: a hierarchical approach to secant-based dimensionality reduction on large data sets
May 7, 2018
New paper: Endmember extraction on the Grassmannian
Apr 12, 2018
New paper: A GPU-oriented algorithm design for secant-based dimensionality reduction
Dec 26, 2017
New paper: The center of the twisted Heisenberg category, factorial Schur Q-functions, and transition functions on the Schur graph