About
I am an Assistant Professor at
Department of Mathematics, University of
Virginia.
I got my PhD in 2010 in Moscow with
Grigori Olshanski,
and in 20112014 I was a postdoc at
Northeastern University.
Research interests • (papers)
• (CV)
Integrable probability, KPZ universality, interacting particle systems,
six vertex model, YangBaxter equation, stochastic vertex models,
Bethe ansatz, Macdonald processes, random tilings, symmetric functions, algebraic combinatorics
Teaching • (all)
In Fall 2018 I teach 2 sections of MATH 3100
Introduction to Probability
which meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays,
12:301:45pm and 2:003:15pm
in Monroe Hall 116.

Textbook: Pitman's "Probability"

Syllabus (PDF)

Office hours:
Tuesday 1112, Thursday 1011,
or by appointment
(email me to set up a time; you can make as many appointments as you need).
Advisees  please use these office hours or set up appointments, too.
Recent news and links • (Events)
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