**J**acopo **B**orga

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

. . .*“*In your lifetime, you won’t face right or wrong choices.

But when you make one, strive to make it the best decision possible*”*. . .

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Hi! I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at MIT. My office is 2-181 in the Simons Building.

Before coming to MIT, I was a Szegő Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department of Stanford University. I got my Ph.D. from the Institut für Mathematik at the Universität Zürich, under the supervision of Valentin Féray and Mathilde Bouvel.

I am mainly interested in probability theory and its connections to combinatorics and mathematical physics. I study various random combinatorial structures and their continuous limits, including random permutons, meanders, multi-dimensional constrained Brownian motions, Schramm-Loewner evolutions, and Liouville quantum gravity.

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