University of Bath

Peter Mörters

Professor of Probability
Co-Director Probability Laboratory at Bath (Prob-L@B)

Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Bath
Claverton Down
Bath BA2 7AY
United Kingdom

Telephone +44-1225-386216
e-mail: maspm@bath.ac.uk

Contents

Research

Condensation project.

Academic Service.

Publications.

Teaching

Lecture Notes.

People

Current and former PhD students

Probability Lab at Bath.


Teaching

Lecture Notes


Research

My main field of interest is probability theory. This includes large deviations, Brownian motion, stochastic process in random media, random networks and applications of probability in analysis and outside mathematics. I also have an interest in geometric measure theory, in particular in connection with probability.

Academic Service

I am serving on the editorial board of Journal of Theoretical Probability.

I was involved in the organisation of the following recent conferences:

Mathematical Publications:

Here is a list of my coauthors with links if available.

Nathanaël Berestycki, Jochen Blath, Valentina Cammarota, Xia Chen, Andrea Collevecchio, Donald Dawson, Amir Dembo, Steffen Dereich, Kwabena Doku-Amponsah, Maren Eckhoff, Klaus Fleischmann, Nina Gantert, Horacio González Duhart , Remco van der Hofstad, Emmanuel Jacob, Helen Joyce, Richard Kiefer, Adam Kinnison, Achim Klenke, Wolfgang König, Daniela Krieg, Hubert Lacoin, Günter Last, Christian Mönch, Marcel Ortgiese, Yuval Peres, David Preiss, István Redl, Scott Sheffield, Narn-Rueih Shieh, Nadia Sidorova, Hermann Thorisson, Pascal Vogt, Vitali Wachtel, Johannes Zimmer.

Here you find a list of my publications.

Books

Books edited

Papers published in journals

Papers published in books

Papers submitted for publication

Theses

Popular maths

Technical reports, unpulished papers and extended abstracts

Book reviews

Slides of selected talks


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