Postdoc at Michigan State University

Two NSF/NIH funded postdoc positions are available in the following fields:

-Computational or applied topology/geometry/graph/algebra

-Machine learning/deep learning

-AI-based drug design and discovery

-Computational biophysics

Ideal candidates should have experience in code development, have demonstrated the potential for excellence in research, and hold a recent Ph.D. degree in either mathematics, computer science, computational biophysics, computational chemistry, or bioinformatics. The selected candidates will be teamed up with top performers in recent D3R Grand Challenges, a worldwide competition series in computer-aided drug design. Salary depends on experience but will be at least $47.5k. The positions enjoy standard faculty health benefit. Please send CV to weig@msu.edu.

Union College Math Conference 2019

2019 Union College Math Conference to be held in Schenectady, NY on the dates Friday Sept 13 - Sunday Sept 15. There will be parallel sessions in: Differential Geometry, Geometric Analysis, and Mathematical Physics; Applied Topology; History of Mathematics; and Number Theory. The plenary speakers are:

Robert Ghrist (University of Pennsylvania)

Carolyn Gordon (Dartmouth College)

Álvaro Lozano-Robledo (University of Connecticut)

John McCleary (Vassar College) 

The website for the conference can be found here: http://bit.ly/UCMC2019 

Registration is currently open, and the (first) deadline for abstract submission is July 19.

IEEE ICMLA Session on TDA in ML

Dr. Juan Ramirez wants to pass on a call for research papers to the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications.  He is the special session chair for a session called " Topological Data Analysis in Machine Learning". Below is a link of the special session solicitation. Conference papers for this session are due September 7th 2019 and carry a maximum page number of 8 pages.  (https://www.icmla-conference.org/icmla19/SS_TopologicalDataAnalysis.pdf)

PhD project in ML/TDA for weather and climate

Helwig Hauser writes: