Dr Vitaliy Kurlin: mathematics & computer science

Data Science theory and applications. Everything is possible!

E-mail: vitaliy.kurlin(at)gmail.com, University of Liverpool, UK


We are looking for motivated MSc and PhD students and postdocs with strong C++ or Python skills to work on exciting projects in Geometric and Topological Data Science with real-life applications to Materials Science. Please e-mail vitaliy(dot)kurlin(at)gmail(dot)com if you are interested and would like to join our Data Science group.

Potential projects for PhD, MSc and undergraduates: join us

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Past members of the group in Data Science theory and applications

Grzegorz Muszynski's photo Dr Grzegorz Muszynski was supervised in April 2017 - January 2021 by Dr Vitaliy Kurlin (80%) and Dr Michael Wehner (Lawrence Berkeley National lab, US). In August 2017 his Intel-funded project was announced in the university news and created the Intel Parallel Computing Center at Liverpool.
PhD title : Pattern Recognition for Weather Phenomena in Climate Data. In 2020 Grzegorz started a permanent Data Science job in the AI lab of the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge, UK.
Publications : ICPR 2021, PRL 2020, GMD 2019, JGRA 2019, CTIC 2019, GMD 2018, CI 2018.

Past student projects and highlighted achievements

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Seminar of the group in Data Science theory and applications

The seminar is now online, usually on Fridays between 13.30-15.00 UK time.

Reverse chronological order : 2020-21 | 2019-20 | 2018-19 | 2017-18

Group seminars in the academic year 2020-2021

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Group seminars in the academic year 2019-2020 (37 talks)

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Group seminars in the academic year 2018-2019 (30 talks)

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Group seminars in the academic year 2017-2018 (25 talks)

The photo below was taken in February 2018. Members from left to right: Naohiko Ban, Asim Munshi, Eris Tricker, Krasen Samardzhiev, Vitaliy Kurlin, Grzegorz Muszynski, Philip Smith.

TDA group photo February 2018

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