# Probability

### and related fields such as Dynamical Systems and Mathematical Physics

## Upcoming and past seminars

## Permanent Faculty

- Mark Herman
- Math physics, Schrodinger operators.
- Sevak Mkrtchyan
- Asymptotic representation theory, asymptotic combinatorics, random tilings, determinantal point processes and random matrix theory.
- Carl Mueller
- Stochastic partial differential equations.
- Juan Rivera-Letelier
- Dynamical systems and ergodic theory, statistical properties and the thermodynamic formalism, equidistribution on manifolds

## Permanent Faculty (Physics Dept., Joint with Math)

- Sarada G. Rajeev
- High energy physics, string theory, nonlinear optics, quantum information theory, Yang-Mills theory, noncommutative geometry and probability.
- Yonathan Shapir
- Condensed matter physics and statistical mechanics, critical phenomena in disordered systems.

## Emeritus Faculty

- Richard Lavine
- Functional analysis, quantum mechanics, PDE’s.

## Postdoctoral Faculty

- Jong Jun Lee
- Stochastic dynamics, small mass asymptotics.
- Kazuo Yamazaki
- Stochastic differential equations, fluid dynamics, and biology.

## Current Graduate Students

- Kevin Lin (Mueller)

## Past Graduate Students

## Recent Graduate Courses

- Fall 2015
- Topics Course: Statistical mechanics, the dimer model
- Professor: Sevak Mkrtchyan
- Fall 2015
- Topics Course: Arithmetic Equidistribution
- Professor: Juan Rivera-Letelier
- Fall 2014
- Basic Graduate Course: Probability
- Professor: Sevak Mkrtchyan
- Fall 2014
- Topics Course: Stochastic Calculus
- Professor: Carl Mueller
- Fall 2013
- Topics Course: More on Malliavin Calculus and SPDE
- Professor: Carl Mueller
- Spring 2013
- Topics Course: Stochastic PDE and Malliavin Calculus
- Professor: Carl Mueller
- Fall 2012
- Graduate Course: Stochastic Processes and Stochastic Integration
- Professor: Carl Mueller
- Spring 2012
- Topics Course: Concentration of Measure
- Professor: Shannon Starr
- Spring 2012
- Basic Graduate Course: Probability
- Professor: Carl Mueller
- Spring 2011
- Basic Graduate Course: Probability
- Professor: Shannon Starr