Omer Bobrowski

I am a PhD student in the department of Electrical Engineering, Technion.

My advisor is Prof. Robert Adler.

**Contact
Information**

Office: Meyer 752

Phone: (972-4) 8294695

Email: blolblelrl@ltlxl.ltlelclhlnlilolnl.lalcl.lill

Department of Electrical Engineering

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

Haifa 32000, Israel

**Research
Interests**

Probability and stochastic processes.

The geometry of random fields.

Applied algebraic topology.

The algebraic topology of random fields (currently this title has very little meaning, but hopefully it will mean something soon).

**Publications**

Distance Functions, Critical Points, and Topology for Some Random Complexes

O. Bobrowski, R.J. Adler

arXiv:1107:4475, 2011.

PDFEuler Integration of Gaussian Random Fields and Persistent Homology

O. Bobrowski, M.S. Borman

arXiv:1003:5175, 2010.

PDFPersistent Homology for Random Fields and Complexes

R.J. Adler, O. Bobrowski, M.S. Borman, E. Subag and S. Weinberger

Borrowing Strength: Theory Powering Applications, A festschrift for Lawrence D. Brown. IMS Collections Vol. 6, 2010.

PDFBayesian Filtering in Spiking Neural Networks: Noise, Adaptation and Multisensory Integration

O. Bobrowski, R. Meir and Y. C. Eldar

Neural Computation 21(5), 2009.

PDF, online appendix.A Neural Network Implementing Optimal State Estimation Based on Dynamic Spike Train Decoding

O. Bobrowski, R. Meir, S. Shoham and Y. C. Eldar

Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS 2007).

PDF

**A Neat (?) Simulation**

**Teaching**

This semester I'm a TA in "Random Signals" (044202) and "Foundations of Stochastic Processes" (046868) .

In the past I have been a TA in the following courses:

044198 – Introduction to Digital Signal Processing

044202 – Random Signals

094411 – Introduction to Probability T

104034 – Introduction to Probability H

104214 – Fourier Series and Integral Transforms

104215 – Complex Functions