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Courses taught in past three years

1. Stability of Markov processes (Special topics course STOR 890) during Fall 2018.

2. Introduction to Data Models and Inference (STOR 155) during Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017 and Fall 2018.

3. Probability II (STOR 635) during Spring 2018.

PhD Students

1. Brendan Brown (completed May 2021). Thesis titled `Convergence questions for reflected diffusions arising from interacting particles’. Senior Statistician at NoviSci.

2. Prabhanka Deka (co-advised with Mariana Olvera-Cravioto). 4th year PhD. Working on `Local limits and PageRank asymptotics of Random networks’.

3. Benjamin Estevez (co-advised with Amarjit Budhiraja). 4th year PhD. Working on `Ergodicity and scaling limits of interacting particle systems’.

4. Dilshad Imon (co-advised with Amarjit Budhiraja). 2nd year PhD. Working on `Mean-field dynamics of flocking’.


Masters Students

1. Gang Li (completed April 2017, thesis title: Methylation Data Analyses)co-advised with J.S. Marron.

2. Siyu An (completed December 2017, thesis title: A Study of Donation Pattern for UNC Loyalty Fund), co-advised with J.S. Marron.

3. Matthew Dickson, Jesse Pritchard (completed May 2016, thesis title: Multi-server Queueing Networks), both co-advised with Wilfrid Kendall, as part of the MASDOC program at the University of Warwick, UK.

Undergraduate Students

Josie Gu. Working on `Mixing times of Markov chains’.