In your lifetime you won't encounter neither right choices nor bad choices,
but whenever you have to make one, you'll have to fight so that it becomes the best decision you could have ever taken.
Szegő Assistant Professor in Mathematics
Hi! I am a Szegő Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department of Stanford University.
I am mainly interested in probability theory and its connections to combinatorics and mathematical physics. I am studying several random combinatorial structures and their continuous limits, such as random permutons, multi-dimensional constrained Brownian motions, Schramm-Loewner evolutions, and Liouville quantum gravity.
ALERT: I have neither internships nor RA/Ph.D. positions for anyone other than Stanford mathematics or statistics (incoming) PhDs.