I am currently Craig McKibben & Sarah Merner Endowed Professor of Mathematics at the University of Washington. My work is mostly in algebraic geometry (of an arithmetic flavor), but lately I’ve also been cultivating interests in machine learning and computer vision. Here is a copy of my CV.
Every once in a while, I do something else. Here are my non-math articles. I try to keep this up to date, but it is possible I will fail.
- June T Spector, Max Lieblich, Stephen Bao, Kevin McQuade and Margaret Hughes, Automation of Workplace Lifting Hazard Assessment for Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention, Annals of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2014
- Max Lieblich, June Spector, Kevin McQuade, Margaret Hughes, Stephen Bao, Kinect Calculation of Lifting-Related Back Injury Risk, IEEE EMBC Poster, 2014
- Max Lieblich, June Spector, Letter regarding ‘Comparison between low-cost marker-less and high-end marker-based motion capture systems for the computer-aided assessment of working ergonomics’ by Patrizi et al and research reproducibility., Ergonomics, 2016
- Max Lieblich, Challenges in the application of computer vision techniques to ergonomics in manufacturing settings, abstract for HFES 2016, 2016
This year I’m teaching the graduate algebraic geometry sequence.
You can reach me by email by connecting my last name to
uw.edu in the obvious way. You can also contact me by mail.
I am partially supported by NSF grant DMS-1901933. During academic year 2018-2019 I was partially supported by the Simons Foundation.