Chad Topaz | Professor | Macalester College
Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science
1600 Grand Ave., St. Paul, MN 55105
Interests: Data science; nonlinear dynamics and pattern formation; mathematical modeling; mathematical biology; applied computational topology; educational psychology and learning science; technology; diversity
News: I'm delighted to be giving the public lecture at the 2017 Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society annual meeting. See you in Halifax in July!
Diversity: To help our field be its best, we must increase the participation of women and minorities in all aspects of the mathematical sciences. I've launched the Grant Mentoring Diversity Initiative to try to increase the pool of underrepresented groups who apply to NSF-DMS for funding.
Trending articles (all are open access):
- Topological data analysis: One mathematician's heartwarming story of struggle, triumph, and ultimately, more struggle (Topaz) [expository article]
- Gender representation on journal editorial boards in the mathematical sciences (Topaz and Sen)
- Biological aggregation driven by social and environmental factors: A nonlocal model and its degenerate Cahn-Hilliard approximation (Bernoff and Topaz)
- Topological Data Analysis of Biological Aggregation Models (Topaz, Ziegelmeier and Halverson)
- Flipped Calculus: A Study of Student Performance and Perceptions (Ziegelmeier and Topaz)
Topology tutorial moved: If you're looking for my topology tutorial, you can now find it at the bottom of my Publications page.
Support: I'm grateful to be supported by National Science Foundation Grant DMS-1412674, Applied Dynamics and Topology of Aggregation Systems. The views expressed on my website are my own and do not in any way represent the NSF.
Last updated: November 12, 2016 at 17:29 pm