Devi Fitri Ferdania (she/her)

Ph.D. student


I am Fitri, currently pursuing a PhD in Applied Mathematics at the School of Mathematics, University of Birmingham. My interests lie in both pure mathematics and its applications to biological problems, alongside programming activities.

Additionally, apart from my PhD studies, I serve as a remote research assistant at the Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia. In collaboration with professors and research fellows in the Algebra Research Group, my work encompasses various topics in Algebra, including ring and module theory, homology, and matrix theory. 

Research Themes

Research Projects

My research primarily focuses on creating mathematical models using algebra and utilizing data science tools to analyze digital images, with a special emphasis on texture analysis. In my PhD work, I delve into image processing, specifically exploring texture characteristics. I employ Topological Data Analysis (TDA) and Fractal Dimension techniques to address biomedical science challenges.