Zhe Su
Department of Mathematics, Florida State University
Office: 219D MCH
Office Hours: T:2:004:00 PM; R: 2:003:00 PM.
Email: zsu@math.fsu.edu
URL : http://www.math.fsu.edu/~zsu/
About Me
I am currently a PhD student of Prof. Eric Klassen and Prof. Martin Bauer at Florida State University. My research background lies in differential geometry and in particular in its applications to shape and functional data analysis. Over the past few years, I have studied Riemannian geometries on spaces of curves in homogeneous spaces and also for spaces of surfaces in Euclidean spaces.
Research Interests
Differential Geometry, Shape Analysis, Numerical Analysis of PDEs, Global Analysis, Data Science, Geometric Statistics, Optimization
Preprints
 Z. Su, M. Bauer, S. Preston, H. Laga, E. Klassen.
Shape Analysis of Surfaces Using a New Family of Elastic Metrics.
arXiv:1910.02045, submitted, 2019.
 M. Bauer, E. Klassen, S. Preston, Z. Su.
A DiffeomorphismInvariant Metric on the Space of VectorValued OneForms .
arXiv:1812.10867, submitted, 2018.
Published Articles
 Z. Su, M. Bauer, E. Klassen.
Comparing Curves in Homogeneous Spaces.
Differential Geometry and its Applications, 60 (2018), 932.
doi:10.1016/j.difgeo.2018.05.001
, arXiv:1712.04586.
 Z. Su, M. Bauer, E. Klassen.
The Square Root Velocity Framework for Curves in a Homogeneous Space.
2017 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops (CVPRW) doi:10.1109/CVPRW.2017.97,
arXiv:1706.03095.
Software Packages

Geometric shape analysis of spherical surfaces with first order elastic metrics. https://github.com/zhesu1/elasticMetrics.

Geometric shape analysis of open curves with values in homogeneous spaces.
https://github.com/zhesu1/SRVFhomogeneous.
Teaching
 MAC2313, Instructor of record for Calculus III, Summer 2019
 MAC2313, Instructor of record for Calculus III, Spring 2019
 MAC2311, Instructor of record for Calculus I, Fall 2018
 MAC1140, Instructor of record for PreCalculus, Spring 2018
 MAC1140, Instructor of record for PreCalculus, Fall 2017
 MAC2311, Recitation TA for Calculus I, Fall 2016