Most of my classes are administered on Canvas. If you are a current student, check there for class specific information including exam dates, office hours and assignment details.
I have an office at Deady 215M, on the mezzanine floor between the 2nd floor and top floor off the east stairwell. I also have an office at Chapman 206.
If you are a previous student needing a letter of recommendation, please contact me. In my letters I try to provide an accurate assessment of your abilities as observed in class, office hours or other interactions. I generally provide information about your grade(s) and rank in courses I taught as well as comparisons to the mean student at your level. Letters for students of large classes are usually less specific in nature, and you should consider whether a short impersonal letter is sufficient for your purposes.
I have supervised a number of PhD and honors students. Hopefully the list below is complete (let me know if I forgot you, or if I have the date wrong!). If you are a former student and would like me to link to your current web page or email address, please let me know.
Nathan Hunter (pre-PhD). Estimated completion 2021 Joe Webster (PhD). Estimated completion 2020 Vincent Mateus (Departmental Honors). Estimated completion 2019 Hulbert Elisha (pre-PhD). Estimated completion 2022 Breslin Patrick (Clark Honors College). Estimated completion 2020
Completed PhD Students
Jonathan (Nate) Wells, On the Solvability of Beta Ensembles when Beta is a Square Integer, 2019 Gavin Armstrong, Unimodal Levy Processes on Bounded Lipschitz Sets, 2018 Christopher Shum, Solvable Particle Models Related to the Beta-Ensemble, 2014
Completed Honors Students
Clark Honors College
Seth Temple, The Tweedie Index Parameter and Its Estimator: An Introduction with Applications to Actuarial Ratemaking, 2018 Graham Simon, Hawkes Processes in Finance: A Review with Simulations, 2016 Zach Chalmers, Integrating Rigorous Mathematics Into Lower- Division Coursework, 2015 Ryo Moore, Wronskians of Orthogonal Polynomials, 2014
Ben Estevez, Random *-Cosquare Matrices and Self-Inverse Polynomials, 2018 Dong Ruh, Reflexive Polygons and Loops, 2016
Math 252: Calculus II, Spring 2018.
Math 467/567: Stochastic Processes, Winter 2018.
Math 307: Intro to Proof, Fall 2017.
Math 673: Theory of Probability, Spring 2017.
Math 672: Theory of Probability, Winter 2017.
Math 467/567: Stochastic Processes, Winter 2017.
Math 253: Calculus III, Summer 2016.
Math 467/567: Stochastic Processes, Winter 2016.
Math 685: Graduate Stochastic Processes, Winter 2016.
Math 684: Graduate Stochastic Processes, Fall 2015.
Math 673: Theory of Probability, Spring 2015.
Math 467/567: Stochastic Processes, Winter 2015.
Math 672: Theory of Probability, Winter 2015.
Math 241: Business Calculus I, Fall 2014.
Math 343: Intro to Statistics, Spring 2014.
Math 307: Intro to Proof, Winter 2014.
Math 467/567: Stochastic Processes, Winter 2014.
Math 241: Business Calculus I, Fall 2013.
Math 414/514: Intro to Analysis II, Winter 2013.
Math 607: Fourier Analysis in Number Fields, Winter 2013.
Math 413/513: Intro to Analysis I, Fall 2012.
Math 607: Analytic Number Theory, Fall 2012.
Math 410/510: Stochastic Processes (experimental), Spring 2012.
Math 673: Theory of Probability, Spring 2012.
Math 672: Theory of Probability, Winter 2012.
Math 616: Real Analysis, Fall 2011.
Math 315: Elementary Analysis, Spring 2011.
Math 461/561: Intro to Probability, Spring 2011.
Math 607: Random Matrix Theory, Spring 2011.
Math 465/565: Mathematical Statistics II, Winter 2011.
Math 607: Random Matrix Theory, Winter 2011.
Math 315: Elementary Analysis, Winter 2010.
Math 465/565: Mathematical Statistics II, Winter 2010.
Math 281: Several Variable Calculus I, Fall 2009.
Math 464/564: Mathematical Statistics I, Fall 2009.