Steve Oudot

Research Scientist, DataShape team, Inria Saclay
Part-time associate professor, École Polytechnique

Address:


Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France
Alan Turing Bldg, Office 2105
1 rue Honoré d'Estienne d'Orves
91120 Palaiseau
GPS:+48° 42' 52.11", +2° 12' 20.78"
Phone:+33 174 854 216
Email:steve.oudot[at]inria.fr (public key)
Documents:cv, list of publications

News


Research interests

  • topological data analysis
  • persistence theory: algebra, topology, algorithms
  • reconstruction and probing
  • mesh generation

Students


Books

Steve Oudot. Persistence Theory: From Quiver Representations to Data Analysis. AMS Mathematical Surveys and Monographs, volume 209, 2015. [comments and corrections]
F. Chazal, V. de Silva, M. Glisse, S. Oudot. The Structure and Stability of Persistence Modules. Springer Briefs in Mathematics, 2016.

Recent research projects and publications (click here for a comprehensive overview)

Mathieu Carrière, Marco Cuturi and Steve Oudot. Sliced Wasserstein Kernel for Persistence Diagrams. Proc. 34th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), 2017.
Mathieu Carrière, Bertrand Michel and Steve Y. Oudot. Statistical Analysis and Parameter Selection for Mapper. arXiv:1706.00204 [cs.CG].
Mathieu Carrière and Steve Y. Oudot. Local Equivalence and Intrinsic Metrics between Reeb Graphs. Proc. 33rd International Symposium on Computational Geometry (SoCG), 2017. Full version.
Jérémy Cochoy and Steve Y. Oudot. Decomposition of exact pfd persistence bimodules. arXiv:1605.09726 [math.RT].

Teaching

École polytechnique:
  • INF 563 -- Topological Data Analysis
  • INF 562 -- Computational Geometry: from Theory to Applications
  • INF 474A -- Algorithmic Riddles
École Centrale Paris:
  • GMDA -- Geometric Methods in Data Analysis
Others:
  • Summer School in TUM (July 2016): link
  • Spring School in La Marsa (April 2016): link