Elizabeth Gross


I am a NSF Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Mathematics at North Carolina State University working with Seth Sullivant.  In Fall 2014, I will begin as an Assistant Professor at San Jose State University in the Department of Mathematics.  I will be teaching Math 285: Networks and will be organizing a Combinatorics Seminar on Mondays at 4:00.  I will also be a participant in the Algorithms and Complexity in Algebraic Geometry program at the Simons Institute at UC Berkeley.

My primary research interest is algebraic statistics with applications to biology and network modeling. I am interested in log-linear and graphical models, model selection for singular models, and the geometry of maximum likelihood estimation.

E-mail: elizabeth.gross ~at~ sjsu ~dot~ edu


NSF Postdoctoral Fellow

North Carolina State University

Assistant Professor

San Jose State University

Upcoming Activities:

AMS Special Session on Algebraic Statistics, San Francisco State University, Oct 25-26, 2014.

BAD Math Day, Stanford University, Sept. 27, 2014.