Mikael Vejdemo-Johansson


I have a MSc from Stockholm University and a PhD from Friedrich-Schiller-University in Jena, both on computational homological algebra. Since defending my dissertation in 2008, I have been focused on applied and computational topology, in particular on topological data analysis.

Beyond these areas, I am interested in combinatorics, formal languages, Haskell & modern functional programming, category theory and its applications, color semantics and most cases where very abstract algebraic mathematics finds very concrete and surprising applications.

I am strongly emotionally and philosophically invested in Open Source and Open Access issues; a strong proponent of Creative Commons and of emerging publishing cultures in academia.

Computational Linguistics Computational Science Cryptography Data Mining & Machine Learning Data Science Distributed & Parallel Computing Graphics Network Science & Online Social Networks Scientific Computing & Simulation Security & Privacy Statistics Theory & Formal Methods

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KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Computer Science and Communication

Articles published in PeerJ

More ties than we thought

May 27th, 2015
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