Chris Janjigian Chris Janjigian
Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Department of Mathematics

Office: Van Vleck 822
Hours: WF 1:00-2:30
Adviser: Benedek Valkó

About Me

I am a third year graduate student in the probability group. My academic interests are mostly in probability and analysis, with a focus (currently) on stochastic processes. There is a brief description of my current research problem below.



Fall 2013 MATH 222 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
Professor Daniel Erman
TA Coordinator

Spring 2013 MATH 421 Theory of Single Variable Calculus
Professor Gabrielle Meyer

Fall 2012 MATH 222 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
Professor Patrick LaVictoire
TA Coordinator

Spring 2012 MATH 222 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
Professor Jun Yin

Fall 2011 MATH 221 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
Professor Rob Harron



My research is currently focused on problems involving a collection of coupled families of stochastic differential equations arising from random matrix theory called the 'sine beta process.' At the moment, I am trying to show that the process level weak limit of the associated counting functions as (the inverse temperature parameter) beta tends to zero is Poisson. The image above is a small beta simulation I did recently of the process obtained as a limit of random Schrödinger operators in one of the families my adviser and I study.

We have a weekly graduate probability seminar ; graduate students (or undergraduates) who might be interested in research in probability are welcome to attend. We also have a research seminar that usually meets on Thursday at 2:30 PM.



Graduate Reading Seminar Presentation Notes:
Some classical results on stationary distributions of Markov processes
Notes on Initial Enlargement of Filtration and the Dufresne Identity
Metastability Notes