The welcome party for the AAT2017 will be held on 8th Aug. at the CONFERENCE ROOM 1, from 17:30  18:30 pm.
The banquet will be held on Thursday, 10th Aug. at Faculty House Trillium "Elm", from 18:00  20:00 pm.
Due to circumstances of the reservation, participants who register onsite might not be allowed to participate in the banquet.
*Presentation times are as follows:
Plenary lecture: 1 hour
Contributed lecture: 30 minutes
*Contributed lectures are scheduled in two parallel sessions.

Aug. 08 (Tue)  Aug. 09 (Wed)  Aug. 10 (Thu)  Aug. 11 (Fri)  Aug. 12 (Sat)  
8:00  9:00 
Registration  
9:00  10:00 
Plenary Lecture 1  Plenary Lecture 4  Plenary Lecture 7  Plenary Lecture 9  Plenary Lecture 11  
10:00  10:30 
Coffee Break  Coffee Break / Photo Session  Coffee Break  Coffee Break  Coffee Break  
10:30  11:30 
Plenary Lecture 2  Plenary Lecture 5  Plenary Lecture 8  Plenary Lecture 10  Plenary Lecture 12  
11:30  14:00 
*Lunch  *Lunch  *Excursion  *Lunch  *Lunch  
14:00  15:00 
Plenary Lecture 3  Plenary Lecture 6  Contributed Lecture 5 
Contributed Lecture 6 

15:00  15:30 
Coffee Break  Coffee Break  
15:30  16:00 
Contributed Lecture 1 
Contributed Lecture 2 
Contributed Lecture 3 
Contributed Lecture 4 
Coffee Break  
16:00  17:00 
Contributed Lecture 7 
Contributed Lecture 8 

17:00  17:30 
Poster Session  
17:30  18:30 
Welcome Party  
18:00  20:00 
Banquet @ Faculty House Trillium "Restaurant Elm" 
*A3 members have a lunch time meeting for A3 foresight.
Plenary Lecture 1
John Baez
"The Rise and Spread of Algebraic Topology"
Plenary Lecture 2
Vidit Nanda
"Local cohomology and stratification"
Plenary Lecture 3
Konstantin Mischaikov
"Towards a Computational, Discrete Geometric Foundation for Nonlinear Dynamics"
Plenary Lecture 4
Dmitry FeichtnerKozlov
"Topology of complexes arising in models for Distributed Computing"
Plenary Lecture 5
Yasuaki Hiraoka
"Materials TDA and random/statistical topology"
Plenary Lecture 6
Robert Adler
"Applied Topology from the point of view of Probability"
Plenary Lecture 7
Taro Toyoizumi
"Efficient Signal Processing in Random Spiking Networks that Generate Variability"
Plenary Lecture 8
Thomas Leinster
"Magnitude homology"
Plenary Lecture 9
Vin de Silva
"Reeb Graph Smoothing via Cosheaves"
Plenary Lecture 10
Carina Curto
"Topological organization of neural networks"
Plenary Lecture 11
Lisbeth Fajstrup
"Directed topology and Concurrency Theory"
Plenary Lecture 12
Robert Ghrist
"On Computing Persistent Homology"
Contributed Lecture 1
Massimo Ferri
"Graph persistence"
Nicholas Scoville
"A Persistent Homological Analysis of Network Data Flow Malfunctions"
Juan Pablo Vigneaux
"Information topology and probabilistic graphical models"
Contributed Lecture 2
Senja Barthel
"Investigating porous material with persistent homology"
Barbara Mahler
"Computational Topology for Spreading Dynamics"
Takashi Teramoto
"Applications of persistent homology to immunochemistry"
Contributed Lecture 3
Lida Kanari
"Topological Representation of Neuronal Morphologies"
Michael Reimann
"Cliques of Neurons Bound into Cavities Provide a Missing Link between Structure and Functions"
Ann Sizemore
"Cliques and cavities in the human connectome"
Contributed Lecture 4
Brittany Terese Fasy
"The Computation of the Erosion Distance"
Nina Otter
"New invariants for multiparameter persistent homology"
Matthew Wright
"Multidimensional Persistence: Computation and Applications"
Contributed Lecture 5
Rachel Levanger
"Applications of Persistent Homology to Simulated Turbulent Fluid Flows on a 3D Domain"
Kelly Spendlove
"A Discrete Morse Theoretic Approach for Computing Connection Matrices"
Tomoo Yokoyama
"Finite representabilities of surface flows"
Contributed Lecture 6
Rachel Jeitziner
"TwoTier Mapper: a userfriendly clustering method for global gene expression based on topology"
Bradley Nelson
"The Least Squares Klein Bottle for Image Patches"
Shizuo Kaji
"A topological view on Shape deformation"
Contributed Lecture 7
Cihan Okay
"Applications of classifying spaces in quantum computation"
KangJu Lee
"Simplicial networks and effective resistance"
David RecioMitter
"Topological complexity of subgroups of the braid groupse"
Contributed Lecture 8
Katharine Turner
"Injectivity results for the Persistent Homology Transform"
Shu Kanazawa
"The law of large number of the lifetime in random complex processes"
P01
Francisco BelchiGuillamon
"The Shape of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease"
P02
Zbigniew Błaszczyk
"Topological complexity and efficiency of motion planning algorithms"
P03
Mickaël Buchet
"Towards parameter free denoising"
P04
Matthew Burfitt
"Integral free loop cohomology of complete flag manifolds"
P05
Samuel Carp
"Categorical Constructions in Cellular Sheaf Theory"
P07
Man Chuen Cheng
"Representation spaces for central extensions and almost commuting unitary matrices"
P08
Emerson G. Escolar
"VietorisRips Realization of Indecomposable Persistence Modules of Large Dimension"
P09
Sungyeon Hong
"Study of Neural Connectivity Pattern via Persistent Homology"
P10
Sara Kalisnik Verovsek
"A HigherDimensional Homologically Persistent Skeleton"
P11
YounngJin Kim
"Harmonic classes and data analysis"
P12
Genki Kusano
"Kernel method for persistence diagrams via kernel embedding and weight factor"
P13
Darrick Lee
"Random Clique Topology of the Stochastic Block Model"
P14
Sanaa Madad
"la topologie robotique"
P15
Ingrid Membrillo Solis
"Homotopy types of gauge groups related to certain 7manifolds"
P16
Keiji Miura
"Binarization of Spontaneous Neural Activities for Neural Ring Analysis"
P17
Rodrigo R. Moraleda
"Segmentation of biomedical images by a computational topology framework"
P18
Ryo Murai
"StiefelWhintey class of a category and its application"
P19
Ippei Obayashi
"Digital Image Analysis using Persistent Homology and Machine Learning"
P20
Ahmet Öztel
"A New Algorithm for Calculating Homology Groups of Twodimensional Digital Images and Its Implementation in a Computer Environment"
P21
Mariam Pirashvili
"SOLUBILITY OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS"
P22
Samson Saneblidze
"A COMBINATORIAL MODEL OF THE PATH FIBRATION"
P23
Tse Leung So
"Homotopy types of gauge groups over 4manifolds"
P24
Yitzchak Solomon
"HomologyBased Immersions of Metric Objects"
P25
Doman Takata
"Ktheory and noncommutative geometry"
P26
Alex Wagner
"Stabilizing Auxiliary Persistence Information"
P27
David White
"A Proof of Baez Dolan Stabilization for Rezk’s model of weak ncategories"
P28
Wei Xiong
"Explore Heterogeneous Data Structures using Persistent Homology"
P29
Ben Cassidy
"Persistent homology of time varying conditional independence networks"
P30
Hiroshi Takeuchi
"The Persistent Homology of a Correspondence; A Viewpoint from Quiver Representations"