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Probability

What we do

The Probability Group in the Statistics Department carries out research in random graphs and networks, random trees, branching processes, Lévy processes, interacting particle systems, queueing processes, models from statistical mechanics, coalescent processes and random walks. The Group’s work is applied in population genetics, mathematical biology, network modelling and demography and there are natural intersections with the Stochastic Analysis Group, the Combinatorics Group and the Mathematical and Computational Finance Group in the Mathematics Institute.

People

Academic Staff

Research Staff

  • Maria Christodoulou
  • Christoph Koch
  • Quan Shi (visitor)
  • Robin Stephenson

Students

  • Jonathan Chetwynd-Diggle
  • Mitch Gooding
  • Alex Homer
  • Mikolaj Kasprzak
  • Aleksander Klimek
  • Eleonora Kreacic
  • David Rindt
  • Dane Rogers
  • Aaron Smith
  • Frederik Soerensen
  • Roman Stasinski
  • Andi Wang
  • Fan Wang
Publications

Recent publications on arXiv (math.PR) by members of the group.