# Moosmueller, Caroline

J. Burton Linker Fellow, Assistant Professor

Phillips Hall 324K

919-962-1295

cmoosm@unc.edu

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## Research Interests

Geometric data analysis, computational optimal transport, numerical analysis and approximation theory, applications in biology and medicine

## Professional Background

B.Sc in Mathematics, University of Vienna (Austria), 2010; M.Sc in Mathematics, University of Vienna (Austria), 2013; Ph.D in Technical Mathematics, Graz University of Technology (Austria), 2017; Postdoc at Johns Hopkins University, 2017-2019; Visiting Assistant Professor, University of California, San Diego, 2019-2022; Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, since 2022

## Research Synopsis

## Representative Publications

*Linear optimal transport embedding: provable Wasserstein classification for certain rigid transformations and perturbations*

C. Moosmueller, A. Cloninger,

Information and Inference: A Journal of the IMA, 12 (1), 363–389, 2023

*Linear Optimal Transport Embedding: Provable Wasserstein classification for certain rigid transformations and perturbations*

C. Moosmuller, A. Cloninger,

arXiv, arXiv:2008.09165, 2021

*Molecular phenotyping using networks, diffusion, and topology: soft-tissue sarcoma*

J. Mathews, M. Pouryahya, C. Moosmueller, I. G. Kevrekidis, J. Deasy, A. Tannenbaum,

Scientific Reports 9, 13982, 2019

*C ^{1} analysis of Hermite subdivision schemes on manifolds*

C. Moosmueller,

SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 54 (5), 3003 – 3031, 2016