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Research interests

My research is in probability theory. Much of my work is motivated by population genetics: I study the long-term behaviour of stochastic processes which model a spatially structured population. Often this involves looking at branching processes or interacting particle systems. I also use probabilistic techniques to study partial differential equations.

Willing to supervise doctoral students

Please contact me for more information about potential PhD projects.


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