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## Revision as of 14:29, 14 February 2017

**Probability at UW-Madison**

## Tenured and tenure-track faculty

David Anderson (Duke, 2005) applied probability, numerical methods, mathematical biology.

Sebastien Roch (UC Berkeley, 2007) applied probability, mathematical biology, theoretical computer science.

Timo Seppäläinen (Minnesota, 1991) interacting particle systems, motion in a random medium, directed percolation, large deviation theory.

Benedek Valko (Budapest, 2004) interacting particle systems, random matrices.

Philip Matchett Wood (Rutgers, 2009) combinatorics, random matrices.

Jun Yin (Princeton, 2008) random matrices.

## Postdoctoral fellows

Wai-Tong (Louis) Fan (University of Washington-Seattle, 2014) interacting particle systems, complex adaptive systems arising in natural sciences.

## Emeriti

David Griffeath (Cornell, 1976)

Jim Kuelbs (Minnesota, 1965)

Tom Kurtz (Stanford, 1967)

Peter Ney (Columbia, 1961)

Josh Chover (Michigan, 1952)

## Graduate students

In Gun Kim

Christian Noack

Yu Sun, ysun@math.wisc.edu

Jason Wang

Hao Kai Xi

Fan Yang

## Probability Seminar

Thursdays at 2:25pm, VV901

## Graduate student reading seminar

Email list: join-grad_prob_seminar@lists.wisc.edu

Tuesdays, 2:25pm

## Probability group timetable

## Undergraduate courses in probability

## Graduate Courses in Probability

**2015 Fall**

Math/Stat 733 Theory of Probability I (formerly 831)

**2015 Spring**

Math/Stat 734 Theory of Probability II (formerly 832)

Math/Stat 833 Topics in Probability Spring 2014: Random Matrices