Research AreasProbability Theory Combinatorics Functional Analysis
Ph.D., Mathematics, Cornell University, 2005
Todd Kemp received his Ph.D. from Cornell in 2005. He held an Escobar Assistant Professorship at Cornell during 2005-2006, and was then a CLE Moore Instructor at MIT from 2006-2009, before joining the faculty at UCSD in 2009. Kemp's research is in Probability Theory and Functional Analysis, especially in random matrices, free probability theory, heat kernel analysis, and functional inequalities.
HonorsAcademic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award
NSF CAREER Award