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Probability

Probability is the study of random phenomenon and the likelihood of random events occuring. An example of a random event includes the outcome of flipping a coin, the uncertain path of a hurricane, or an unexpected epidemic. Probability uses theoretical mathematical tools and has numerous applications in science, engineering and finance.

Our areas of expertise

Stochastic processes, motion in random media, population genetics, and uncertainty quantification

Name
Eric Kostelich
President's Professor
 
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Nicolas Lanchier
Associate Professor
 
Alex Mahalov
Dean's Distinguished Professor
 
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Sebastien Motsch
Assistant Professor
 
Hal Smith
Professor
 
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Wenbo Tang
Associate Professor
 
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