Benedek Valkó

Professor


Contact:

Department of Mathematics
University of Wisconsin Madison
480 Lincoln Drive,
Madison WI 53706
Office:
409 Van Vleck
Email: valko at math dot wisc dot edu
Phone: (608) 263-2782
During the 2020 Fall semester I will spend limited time in my office. The best way to reach me is via email.

Office hours (Fall 2020):
Math 733: Tu 4-5pm, F 3-4pm.

Advising: M: 3:45-5pm (check the advising page to see how to set up an appointment)       

Research Interests: Probability theory, Stochastic processes.

Graduate students:

Former graduate students:


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Textbook:
ASV
Anderson, Seppäläinen, Valkó: Introduction to Probability   
Cambridge University Press, 2017       








TEACHING



Fall 2020

MATH 733: Theory of Probability

Spring 2020

MATH 531 - Probability Theory

Fall 2019

MATH 632: Introduction to Stochastic Processes

Spring 2019

MATH 531 - Probability Theory

MATH 833: Topics in Probability - Random Matrix Theory

Fall 2016

MATH 431: Introduction to the Theory of Probability

MATH 733: Theory of Probability

Spring 2016

MATH 531 - Probability Theory


Fall 2015

MATH 431: Introduction to the Theory of Probability


Spring 2015

MATH 531 - Probability Theory

Fall 2014

MATH 632: Introduction to Stochastic Processes


Spring 2014

MATH 734: Theory of Probability II

MATH 833: Continuous Time Markov Processes


Fall 2013

MATH 431: Introduction to the Theory of Probability

Spring 2013

MATH 431: Introduction to the Theory of Probability


Fall 2012

MATH 431: Introduction to the Theory of Probability

MATH 275: Calculus - Topics in Calculus I

Spring 2012

MATH 632: Introduction to Stochastic Processes

MATH 833: Random Matrices


Fall 2011

MATH 632: Introduction to Stochastic Processes


Spring 2011

MATH 234: Calculus--Functions of Several Variables

MATH 832: Theory of Probability II


Fall 2010 

MATH 831: Theory of Probability


Spring 2010 

MATH 635: Introduction to Brownian Motion and Stochastic Calculus


Fall 2009 

MATH 833: Random Matrices

MATH 331: Introduction to Probability and Markov Chain Models


Spring 2009 

MATH 431: Introduction to the Theory of Probability

MATH 832: Theory of Probability II


Fall 2008 

MATH 831: Theory of Probability