Summer School on “Stability in Topological Data Analysis”

Barbara Giunti writes:

“Dear All,

Claudia, Lisbeth, and I are organizing a Summer School on “Stability in Topological Data Analysis” at the Mittag-Leffler Institute in Stockholm, from the 30th of June to the 4th of July 2025. 


The school focuses on general techniques to achieve stability of invariants in TDA that can be applied to different objects, from persistence modules to Reeb graphs. The target participants are young researchers in the field (from advanced Master’s students to early postdocs). We are very excited to have three extraordinary planned speakers: Elizabeth Munch (Michigan University), Martina Scolamiero (KTH), and Katharine Turner (Australian National University). 

This summer school is sponsored by the Mittag-Leffler Institute, EMS, and EWM, and one of the requirements is to have a high women participation rate. We have room for around 25 participants, for which accommodation and some meals (breakfasts, lunches, and a conference dinner) are covered, and a few extra local participants (with lunches and a conference dinner also covered). We currently have no guarantees for travel funds, but we are applying for some.

We are now accepting applications via this form

The form can be edited after the submission until the deadline, we will receive a notification for each edit. The deadline for applying is August 15th AoE. We would be grateful if you could share this opportunity with interested researchers. We hope this will be a great chance for learning a lot about stability tools in TDA, and also for networking. Therefore, we especially welcome (young) researchers who usually have fewer opportunities to engage with the community.  

We are also coordinating with the organizers of the next Young Topologists Meeting (scheduled for Summer 2025 in Stockholm) to avoid overlapping and try to have the two events back-to-back.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. 

Have a nice day,


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