A seemingly innocent unsolved problem on the sum of Rademacher random variables (taking values $+ 1$ and $-1$ with equal probability $\frac{1}{2}$)
The website is going through a big update. I hope to put up everything worthy by the end of the summer.
I will spend the summer at several institutions attending conferences and summer schools. Most of them are about random matrices and stochastic PDE. Here is the agenda.
I’m pursuing a PhD in Mathematics at Penn State. This site keeps my research activities, mathematical notes, teaching materials, and some tutorials. More information and how to navigate my website will be in the Personal page.
Favorite quote by Paul ErdÅ‘s about Ramsey numbers:
Imagine an alien force, vastly more powerful than us landing on Earth and demanding the value of $R(5, 5)$ or they will destroy our planet. In that case, we should marshal all our computers and all our mathematicians and attempt to find the value. But suppose, instead, that they asked for $R(6, 6)$, we should attempt to destroy the aliens.
PhD in Mathematics, 2016-present
Pennsylvania State University
BSc in Mathematics, 2012-2016
University of Texas at San Antonio
A seemingly innocent unsolved problem on the sum of Rademacher random variables (taking values $+ 1$ and $-1$ with equal probability $\frac{1}{2}$)
Notes for the summer school on Random Media at Colorado State Univeristy.
It is a good idea to have a blog and write anything that you enjoy.
Notes and references to study stochastic calculus.
Notes and references on topics that bear KPZ (Kardar-Parisi-Zhang) in the spirit.
MATH 22