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Probability Research Group

Professors

 

J. Theodore Cox studies interacting particle systems which are mathematical models of random processes of large systems of interacting components. Many such models arise in physics, biology and mathematical ecology.
 

Philip Griffin studies problems related to Brownian motion and Random Walks. More recently, his interests have included the application of probabilistic methods to mathematical finance.
 

Terry McConnell applies the probabilistic tool of martingales to the study of geometry in infinite dimensional spaces, potential theory, analytic functions and Fourier series while investigating the resulting interactions.