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Jimmy Mathews
mathewj2@mskcc.org
jimmy@jmath.read-books.org

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Previously, I was a PhD student in the mathematics department at Stony Brook University. I also support communism, luddism, and anarchism. That is, the freedom to work for the community and not for capital, with technological tools in the hands of users, despite the state's unwavering protection of the ownership class' passive enjoyment of the fruits of the people's labor.

Papers

2019. Robust and interpretable PAM50 reclassification exhibits survival advantage for myoepithelial and immune phenotypes
2019. Isotropic and Coisotropic Subvarieties of Grassmannians (joint with Kathlen Kohn)
2018. A Schur transform for spatial stochastic processes
2018. Molecular phenotyping using networks, diffusion, and topology: soft tissue sarcoma (joint with Maryam Pouryahya, Caroline Moosemueller, Ioannis Kevrekidis, Joseph Deasy, and Allen Tannenbaum)
2018. Characterizing Cancer Drug Response and Biological Correlates: A Geometric Network Approach. (joint with Maryam Pouryahya, Jung Hun Oh, Joseph Deasy, and Allen Tannenbaum)
2017. My PhD thesis, Curve jets, submanifolds families, and envelopes
2016. Multi-focal tensors as invariant differential forms

Programming

gman, a general-purpose text-mode graph navigation and annotation tool (I'm also working on a fork of gman that is an OWL ontology explorer)
Macaulay2 program to calculate 4d tensor invariants using the umbral calculus
Perspective cube drawing in geogebra, and a note explaining how to draw cubes, drawn from George Francis' A Topological Picturebook
Matt Genkin's project to see geodesic configurations on hyperbolic surfaces

Notes

Summary notes of Ehresmann and Vanbremeersch Memory Evolutive Systems

Teaching

MAT 200
MAT 211
MAT 312/AMS 351
MAT 514

Talks

November 2019. Wasserstein and Fisher-Rao from de Rham and Poincare. BMCC Mathematics Department Colloquium.
September 2017. Handout about curve jets, from a talk at TU Berlin
July 2017. Multi-focal tensors as invariant differential forms, and envelopes of line congruences (SIAM mini-symposium on algebraic vision, at Atlanta, Georgia)

Images and videos

Math graphics
Solar car
Chess
Box house

Unaffiliated links:

CMU Link Grammar    XTAG project    Attempto Project
Machine Intelligence Research Institute    OpenCog Foundation    OpenAI
Free Software Foundation    Electronic Frontier Foundation    Digital Government Society    Center for Democracy and Technology    Open Technology Institute
Participatory Budgetary Project    Public Banking Institute
Richard Stallman