Antonio Rieser

My research focuses on understanding how to estimate and compute topological and dynamical invariants given samples of a topological space or the dynamics. I'm particularly interested in understanding and developing statistical methods to estimate these invariants, and adapting tools from algebraic topology to the study of spaces of samples. The techniques I use to treat this problem are broad, drawing from homotopy theory, homological algebra, sheaf theory, probability, statistics, operator theory, and spectral geometry.

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CONACYT Research Fellow (Assistant Professor)Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas, A. C.Jalisco s/nCol. ValencianaCP 36023 Guanajuato, GTOMexicoemail : antonio (dot) rieser (at) cimat (dot) mx