Elizabeth Munch is an assistant professor at Michigan State University with a primary appointment in the Department of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering and a secondary appointment in the Department of Mathematics. Her research specializes in Applied Topology and Topological Data Analysis.
- Anastasios Stefanou's paper on generalizations of the interleaving distance is now published in Theory and Applications of Categories! (publisher website).
- My PhD Student, Dylan Molho, won a SMART scholarship. Congratulations, Dylan!
- My PhD Student, Sarah Tymochko, received an Honorable Mention for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Congratulations, Sarah!
- The teaspoon code is up and running... More information is on the code page.
- My conference paper with Firas Khasawneh and Jose Perea on using Takens embedding with machine learning to classify behavior is up on the arXiv
- In Fall 2018, I am teaching MTH 481: Discrete Mathematics I. More info on my teaching page.
Education and ExperienceDownload a copy of my CV
Liz received her PhD from the Department of Mathematics at Duke University in May 2013. Prior to joining the faculty of Michigan State University, she was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University at Albany - SUNY, and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications at the University of Minnesota for the 2013-2014 thematic year on applications of topology. She also holds a Master of Arts in Mathematics from Duke University, a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Rochester, and a Bachelor of Music in Harp Performance from the Eastman School of Music. More information can be found in her CV.