Jose Perea

Jose Perea

Assistant Professor, Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering; Department of Mathematics
Room 1512, Engineering Building
 428 S. Shaw Ln.
 (517) 432-0679

About Me

B.S., 2006, Mathematics, Universidad del Valle - Cali, Colombia (Summa cum laude and Valedictorian)
Ph.D., 2011, Mathematics, Stanford University

Jose Perea is an active researcher in the area of computational topology and topological data analysis. Broadly speaking, his work entails applications and adaptations of ideas from algebraic and geometric topology to the study of high-dimensional and complex data. Perea received his B.S. in mathematics from Universidad del Valle in 2006 (Summa cum laude), a Ph.D. in mathematics from Stanford University in 2011, and held a postdoctoral position as a visiting assistant professor in the department of mathematics at Duke University (2011 to 2015). In spring of 2014, he was a member of the Institute for Mathematics and Applications at the University of Minnesota, during the annual thematic program on scientific and engineering applications of algebraic topology.

Research Interests

•    Computational Geometric and Algebraic Topology

•    Data Analysis

•    Machine Learning

•    Computer Vision

•    Computational Biology

Selected Publications
(Quasi)Periodicity Quantification in Video Data, Using Topology
June 8, 2017
(Quasi)Periodicity Quantification in Video Data, Using Topology

CMSE Faculty Jose Perea's paper was published by The Cornell University Library for his work in Topology submitted on 26 April 2017.



No courses for Fall 2017 or Spring 2018.

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