Mathematical Research at FSU

Network and Geometric Data Analysis

Washington Mio uses mathematical and computational methods to study patterns and shapes. This work includes the analysis of data related to Alzheimer's disease, the analysis of bat biosensors, evolutionary changes that occur in the wing of a fly, as well as the development of general techniques for the analysis of biological shapes (call Computational Anatomy). These patterns can be of many types, and recent work has focussed on patterns of gene expression, bat biosensors, and data related to Alzheimer's disease. Lingjiong Zhu works on random graphs theory and social networks models.

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