Susan Holmes is the guest speaker in the fourth session of the NOVA Online Distinguished Lecture Series on Mathematics and she will present the lecture “**The foundations of Data Science based on Registration Geometry**” on June 1, at 2:00 pm, on this link.

Susan Holmes is a statistician and professor at Stanford University. She is noted for her work in applying nonparametric multivariate statistics, bootstrapping methods, and data visualization to biology. She received her PhD in 1985 from Université Montpellier II. She served as a tenured research scientist at INRA for ten years. She then taught at MIT, Harvard and was an associate professor of biometry at Cornell before moving to Stanford in 1998. She is a Fellow of the Fields Institute and also of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.

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