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Research interests

My research is mainly in pure and applied probability; I am a member of the ProbL@B (Probability Laboratory at Bath).

I work in a number of interconnected areas, mostly in and around Stochastic Geometry. My recent and current areas of research activity include the following: discrete and continuous percolation; interacting particle systems, particularly models of spatial deposition, and the resulting point processes; random packing of hard spheres; limit theorems in stochastic geometry, including rates of convergence and applications; spatial random networks, for example random geometric graphs and also directed and dynamical random networks; stochastic combinatorics, e.g. allocation models and random matrices; stochastic analysis on Poisson spaces - Stein's method and Malliavin calculus.

My monograph 'Random Geometric Graphs' (Oxford University Press, 2003) continues to inform some (though not all) of my research (and that of others).


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