Neža Mramor Kosta, PhD
Professor

 

I am a mathematician teaching computer science students math. My research interests are connected to topology and its applications to computer science. Lately I have been working mostly in computational topology. Computational topoogy is an exciting growing field on the border between mathematics and computer science, the central topic of the European Science Foundation networking programme  Algebraic and Computational Topology. I am also a member of the Institute for Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics of Slovenia. 

 


Office Hours:
Monday, 11-12, Wednesday, 9-10
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Activities and Events

 Selected papers

Neža Mramor Kosta, Mehmetcik Pamuk, Hanife Varli, Perfect discrete Morse functions oin connected sumsarXiv:1501.06200
 
Henry King, Kevin Knudson, Neža Mramor, Birth and death in discrete Morse theoryarXiv:0808.0051
 
Borut Jurčič Zlobec, Neža Mramor Kosta, Geometric constructions on cycles in R'narXiv:1311.5656

AYALA, Rafael, VILCHES, Jose Antonio, JERŠE, Gregor, MRAMOR KOSTA, Neža. Discrete gradient fields on infinite complexesDiscrete and continuous dynamical systems

JERŠE, Gregor, MRAMOR KOSTA, Neža. Ascending and descending regions of a discrete Morse functionComputational geometry 

MRAMOR KOSTA, Neža, TRENKLEROVÁ, Eva. Basic sets in the digital plane.  Lecture notes in computer science, ISSN 0302-9743, 4910, 2008, str. 376-387. 

JAWOROWSKI, Jan, MRAMOR KOSTA, Neža. The degree of maps of free G-manifoldsJournal of fixed point theory and its applications, ISSN 1661-7738, 2007, vol. 2, no. 2, str. 209-213. 

KING, Henry C., KNUDSON, Kevin, MRAMOR KOSTA, Neža. Generating discrete Morse functions from point dataExperimental mathematics, ISSN 1058-6458, 2005, vol. 14, no. 4, str. 435-444. 

JURČIČ-ZLOBEC, Borut, MRAMOR KOSTA, Neža. Geometric constructions on cycles. Rocky Mountain journal of mathematics.

CENCELJ, Matija, MRAMOR KOSTA, Neža, VAVPETIČ, Aleš. G-complexes with a compatible CW structure. Journal of mathematics of Kyoto University.

 

Selected invited talks

Discrete Morse theory and applications to data, short course, Segunda Escuela/Conferencia de Análisis Topológico de Datos, Querétaro, Mexico, December 2015
 

Perfect discrete Morse functions. GETCO 2015, Aalborg, Denmark.

 How can topology help to better understand data? Department of Mathematical Sciences at Aalborg University, November 24, 2014.

Discrete Morse functions on infinite complexesDiscrete, Computational and Algebraic Topology, University of Copenhagen, November 10-14, 2014 

Parametric discrete Morse theoryApplied and Computational Algebraic Topology, July 15-19, 2013, Universität Bremen 

Topology and dataMETU Department of Mathematics, Ankara, Mathematics Seminars, Fall 2013 

Discrete Morse theory. Applied & Computational Algebraic Topology Bologna: ACAT Advanced School, May 2012.

The cohomology of locally free groups. Workshop on Topology of Wild Spaces and Fractals, July 4-8, 2011, Strobl (Austria). 


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Neža Mramor Kosta

Neža Mramor Kosta, PhD
Professor

T: +386 1 479 8242
F: neza dot mramor at fri dot uni-lj dot si