I am a professor at Imperial College London and at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne.
I study random evolutions, specially differential equations with noise and rand perturbations. I am interested in problem connecting to geometry, actually the branch of geometry called differential geometry. I enjoy solving problems.
There will be a summer school in Stochastic Analysis, in Bernoulli Center, EPL, Lausanne. Read more..
Postdoct candidates should have strong background in Stochastic Analysis and publications in the field. PhD candidates should have solid knowledge of stochastic calculus, probability, differential equations, and functional analysis, and first class degree in mathematics. Read here for open position.
I am an associate editor of Electronic J. of Probability and Electronic Communications in Probability.
EPSRC EP/S023925/1(CDT on Mathematics of Random Systems)
Postdoc: Pablo Linares ballesteros
Current PhD students: Luca Gerola, Francesco Pedulla, Benedikt Petco, Xiangfeng Ren, Julian Sieber, Yuriy Shulzhenki, and Rhys Steel
Past PhD students --Johann Gehringer (graduated spring 2022)
Conferences co-organised in 2022:
Geometry, Stochastics, and Dynamics, September 12-16 2022
ICM overlay London, July 2022
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