I am a Junior Research Fellow at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. I am also affiliated with the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at the University of Cambridge. I completed my PhD at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of Prof. James Norris.
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Office phone: +44 1223 337952
I spent Lent term 2012 (January to May) at MSRI in Berkeley.
Research interests: Random walks, Brownian motion, mixing times of Markov chains, Poisson Brownian motions, rearrangement inequalities.
A permuted random walk exits faster (2013) (with Richard Pymar).
Mixing times and moving targets (2012) (with Peter Winkler). submitted
Minkowski dimension of Brownian motion with drift (2012) (with Philippe Charmoy and Yuval Peres). submitted
Hunter, Cauchy Rabbit, and Optimal Kakeya Sets (2012) (with Yakov Babichenko, Yuval Peres, Ron Peretz and Peter Winkler).
On recurrence and transience of self-interacting random walks (2012) (with Yuval Peres and Serguei Popov). Bulletin of the Brazilian Math. Society, to appear
Symmetric Rearrangements Around Infinity with Applications to Lévy Processes (2011) (with Alexander Drewitz and Rongfeng Sun). Probability Theory and Related Fields, to appear
The Isolation Time of Poisson Brownian motions (2011) (with Yuval Peres and Alexandre Stauffer). submitted
Mixing times are hitting times of large sets (2011) (with Yuval Peres). Journal of Theoretical Probability , accepted
An isoperimetric inequality for the Wiener sausage (with Yuval Peres).
Geom. Funct. Anal. 22 (2012), no. 4, 1000-1014.
Collisions of Random Walks (2010) (with Martin Barlow and Yuval Peres). Annales de l' Institut Henri Poincare, to appear
Mobile Geometric Graphs: Detection, Coverage and Percolation (with Yuval Peres, Alistair Sinclair and Alexandre Stauffer).
Probability Theory and Related Fields, to appear
Extended abstract appeared in SODA 2011
Brownian motion with variable drift: 0-1 laws, hitting probabilities and Hausdorff dimension (with Yuval Peres).
Math. Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc. 153 (2012), no. 2, 215-234.
A stochastic epidemiological model and a deterministic limit for BitTorrent-like peer-to-peer file-sharing networks (2008) (with George Kesidis and
Springer Lecture Notes in
Computer Science 2008
ODE approximations to some Markov chain models (2009).
Webpages of coauthors:
Martin Barlow, Philippe Charmoy,
Alexander Drewitz, George Kesidis, Takis Konstantopoulos, Yuval Peres, Serguei Popov, Richard Pymar, Alistair Sinclair, Alexandre Stauffer, Rongfeng Sun, Peter Winkler