This workshop is devoted to the study of persitent homology and its applications.
It is aimed at young researchers (PhD students and postdocs) in Algebraic Topology.
Presentations will be made by the participants themselves.

Persistent homology is a method for computing topological features of a space at different spatial resolutions. More persistent features are detected over a wide range of length and are deemed more likely to represent true features of the underlying space, rather than artifacts of sampling, noise, or particular choice of parameters. It is strongly connected to Morse theory and has applications to sensor networks, data analysis and symplectic geometry.

This workshop is funded by the GDR 2875 Topologie Algèbrique et Applications from the CNRS

Practical Informations

Talks will be held at the Institut Alexander Grothendieck (building n°9) on the campus of the Faculty of Sciences. (See the map below)

Participants will be accommodated at the hotel, we will cover the fees for half-board accommodation from July 11 to July 13 and transportation costs.


Date: July 11, 2017 - July 13, 2017

Location: Montpellier (France)

Organizers & Contacts

Nusa Jérémy :


Robert-Nicoud Daniel :