# Yossi Bokor

## Research Interests

My current research interest is Geometric and Topological Data Analysis, and my PhD supervisor's are Dr Kate Turner and Professor Stephan Tillmann. I completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at the University of Sydney, and my Honours Thesis was in Algebraic Geometry, supervised by Dr Emma Carberry, after which I completed a Master of Mathematical Sciences at ANU.

In particular, I am intersted in questions focusing on object recovery and object classification. These questions arise naturally in many areas of science, in particular biology.
Yossi Bokor, Katharine Turner, Christopher Williams, Reconstructing linearly embedded graphs: A first step to stratified space learning. Foundations of Data Science, doi: 10.3934/fods.2021026.
Yossi Bokor, Daniel Grixti-Cheng, Markus Hegland, Stephen Roberts, and Katharine Turner, Stratified Space Learning: Reconstrucing Embedded Graphs (2019).
Yossi Bokor, Honours Thesis, *The University of Sydney* (2017).
### Code

Skyler is Julia package which identifies the coarsest abstract graph structure underlying a point cloud, and modells it. Currently, we are restricted to graphs with linear edges which satisfy conditions detailed below. See the paper 'Reconstructing linearly embedded graphs: A first step to stratified space learning'.
DiscretePersistentHomologyTransform is a Julia package for calculating the Persistent Homology Transform.
### Talks

May, 2021: Asia Pacific Seminar on Applied Topology and Geometry, about Learning linearly embedded graphs, with notes.
September, 2020: seminar in the Applied Topology Seminar, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, on Differentiating Lychees and Grapes, with notes.
June, 2020: seminar in the Graduates Reminisce Online On Topology (GROOT) Summer Seminar. A recording can be found on YouTube.
December, 2019: seminar at the Institute for Mathematical Stochastics, University of Göttingen.
December 2019: seminar at EPFL Applied Topology Seminar abo ut reconstructing embedded graphs from point cloud samples.
December 2019: talk at MODSIM 2019, about the paper Stratified Space Learning: Reconstrucing Embedded Graphs.
July 2019: talk at the Young Topologists Meeting 2019, in Lausanne, about Stratified Space Learning.
March 2019: seminar to the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, University of Newcastle in March, 2019. There is a video on slide 5 which won't work, but you can follow the link.
August 2017: talk to the Mathematics Postgraduate Society at The University of Sydney, about resolving singularities of plane algebraic curves.

Maintained by YB. Heavily inspired by Yusra.