
Peter G Bubenik, Ph.D.





Research Keywords: 
 Applied topology, persistent homology, algebraic topology, category theory, geometric statistics, computational topology, model categories, concurrency theory, configuration spaces of hard spheres, statistical topology, topological statistics 


Education: 

Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Toronto, 2003
M.S., Mathematics, University of Toronto, 1997
B.S., Mathematics and Physics, University of Guelph, 1996



Brief Bio: 
 I was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and grew up in Guelph, Ontario with a oneyear stint in Kingsville, Texas. I was an undergraduate student at the University of Guelph and a graduate student at the University of Toronto. Afterward, I spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland (EPFL). I have been at Cleveland State since August 2005. 


Research Interests: 
 * Combining statistical and topological ideas to study large data sets in biology, medicine and engineering
* Topological methods in the theory of concurrent and distributed computer systems
* Studying the topology of the configuration space of hard disks. 


Teaching Areas: 
 undergraduate and graduate mathematics and statistics 


Professional Affiliations: 
 member of the American Mathematical Society
member of the Mathematical Association of America 


Professional Experience: 
 2010present, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Cleveland State University
20052010, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Cleveland State University
Jan. 2007, Scientific Researcher, Fields Institute, Toronto, ON
Fall 2006, General Member, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, CA
20032005, Postdoctoral Fellow, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology at Lausanne, Switzerland (EPFL)
Fall 2001, Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto 


University Service: 
 Graduate Council, 2010
University Research Council 2011 


Professional Service: 
 Grant reviewer Department of Energy
Grant reviewer National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Reviewer Mathematical Reviews
Referee Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra
Referee Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society
Referee Journal of Multivariate Analysis
Referee Theoretical Computer Science
Referee Homology, Homotopy and Applications
Referee Foundations of Computational Mathematics
Referee Inverse Problems
Referee Theory and Applications of Categories
Referee Discrete and Computational Geometry
Referee Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences
Referee Journal of Homotopy and Related Structures 


Research Grants: 
 Air Force Office of Scientific Research, 20132016, $279,400
CSU Faculty Scholarship Initiative Award, 20112013, $4,900
CSU Faculty Research Development Program Award, 20082011, $9,200
Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology, 20002001, $15,000
NSERC PostGraduate Scholarship B, 19982000, $34,800
NSERC PostGraduate Scholarship A, 19961998, $31,200
NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award, 1994, $4,000 

