Besides being a basic area of Mathematics and providing the
theoretical foundation for Statistics,
Probability is also used in a rapidly growing number
of applications in the physical, biological, social
and engineering sciences.
Such applications often require the development
of new theory and need
scientists and engineers
trained in the fundamental techniques of probability.
In the Mathematics Department at UCSD,
the research of faculty in probability is
developing the theory of probability and stochastic processes
The theory has connections to other areas of
Mathematics such as Analysis, Geometry and Combinatorics, and
applications arise in applied areas such as
Physics, Genetics, Systems Biology, Finance, Neuroscience and
PROBABILITY AND RELATED FIELDS IN MATHEMATICS AT UCSD
Patrick J. Fitzsimmons, Professor (Ph.D., Case Western Reserve)
Jason Schweinsberg, Professor (Ph.D., UC Berkeley).
Ruth J. Williams, Professor (Ph.D., Stanford)
Ronald K. Getoor, Professor Emeritus (Ph.D., U. of Michigan), email: email@example.com
Michael J. Sharpe, Professor Emeritus (Ph.D., Yale)
Geometry and Probability:
Bruce K. Driver, Professor (Ph.D., Cornell).
Combinatorics, Functional Analysis and Probability:
Todd Kemp, Associate Professor (Ph.D., Cornell).
Probability and Geometric Group Theory
Tianyi Zheng, Assistant Professor (Ph.D., Cornell).
Ian Abramson, Professor (Ph.D., U.C. Berkeley), email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ery Arias-Castro, Professor, (Ph.D., Stanford)
Jelena Bradic, Assistant Professor (Ph.D., Princeton)
Leonard R. Haff, Professor Emeritus (Ph.D., Oregon St. Univ.), email: email@example.com
Professor (Ph.D., Stanford)
Murray Rosenblatt, Professor
Emeritus (Ph.D., Cornell) Further information.
Professor (Ph.D., UCSD)
Fan Chung Graham, Professor
(Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania)
Professor (Ph.D., Cambridge University)
Combinatorics, Random Matrix Theory and Representation Theory
Jonathan Novak, Assistant Professor
(Ph.D., Queens University, Canada)
Information Theory, Signal Processing and Applied Harmonic Analysis
Rayan Saab, Assistant Professor (Ph.D., University of British Columbia)
Systems and Control:
William Helton, Professor Emeritus and Research Professor,
(Ph.D., Stanford University)
PROBABILITY GRADUATE COURSES IN MATHEMATICS
For information on graduate courses in Probability
offered by the Mathematics Department at UCSD, click here.
CENTERS OR PROGRAMS AT UCSD RELATED TO PROBABILITY
Advanced Network Sciences Group.
Cymer Center for Control Systems and Dynamics (CCSD).
Center for Theoretical Biological Physics.
Information Theory and Applications Center.
Institute for Neural Computation.