KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm was founded in 1827 and has since then grown to become one of Europe’s leading technical and engineering universities.
There are several research groups at KTH involved in the AlToGeLiS consortium that are active in a wide array of mathematical disciplines: applied algebraic geometry, applied topology, applied combinatorics, and mathematical statistics.
Within these each of our active research areas we currently specialize towards:
computer vision, combinatorial algebraic geometry, algebraic statistics and neural networks;
homological algebra for TDA, multipersistence and metrics, stabilization of topological invariants, TDA of biological data;
algebraic combinatorics, graph theory, causality, convex optimization, discrete geometry;
medical imaging, segmentation, inference for ODE models, inverse problems, bioelectronic medicine.