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[http://www.math.wisc.edu/~moreno/ Gregorio Moreno-Flores] (Paris, 2010) directed polymers in random environments, random matrices.
 
[http://www.math.wisc.edu/~moreno/ Gregorio Moreno-Flores] (Paris, 2010) directed polymers in random environments, random matrices.
  
[http://www.math.wisc.edu/~gshinault Gregory Shinault] (UC Davis, 2012)
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[http://www.math.wisc.edu/~gshinault Gregory Shinault] (UC Davis, 2012) interacting particle systems, random growth models.
  
 
== Emeriti ==
 
== Emeriti ==

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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, random walks in random environments, large deviation theory.

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

Philip Matchet Wood (Rutgers, 2009) combinatorics, random matrices

Jun Yin (Princeton, 2008) random matrices

Postdoctoral fellows

Gregorio Moreno-Flores (Paris, 2010) directed polymers in random environments, random matrices.

Gregory Shinault (UC Davis, 2012) interacting particle systems, random growth models.

Emeriti

David Griffeath (Cornell, 1976)

Jim Kuelbs (Minnesota, 1965)

Tom Kurtz (Stanford, 1967)


Graduate students

Elnur Emrah

Diane Holcomb

Chris Janjigian

Masanori Koyama

Beth Skubak Wolf

Yun Zhai

Probability Seminar

Thursdays at 2:25pm, VV901


Probability group timetable

Graduate Courses in Probability

2013 Spring

Math/Stat 833 Topics in Probability Spring 2013: Large Deviations and Gibbs Measures

Math 832 - Theory of Probability II


2012 Fall

Math/Stat 831 - Theory of Probability I

Math 735 - Stochastic Analysis

Math 833 - Topics in Probability: Stochastic Processes in Evolution and Genetics


Graduate student reading seminar