Alexander Vandenberg-Rodes

I
am currently (Fall 2011--) a visiting assistant professor
at UC Irvine.
I
completed my Ph. D in mathematics at UCLA in the spring of
2011, under Tom
Liggett.
You can find my thesis here:
"Generating
function zeros of Markov processes and their
applications." ## Teaching
Spring 2014: Math 140B.
email: vandenbe[AT]math.uci.edu Office: Rowland Hall 510P. Office hours: Wednesday, Friday 2 -- 3:30. ## Research
The Williams Bjerknes model on regular trees (with O. Louidor and R. Tessler), to appear in Annals of Applied Probability (2014).
Trapping in the random conductance model (with M. Biskup, O. Louidor, and A. Rozanov), J. Stat. Phys. 150 (2013) 66--87.
Stability
on {0,1,2,...}^S: birth-death chains and particle systems
(with T. Liggett),
Notions of positivity and
the geometry of polynomials, Trends in Mathematics
(2011), 311--330.
A limit theorem for particle current in the symmetric exclusion process, Elect. Comm. in Probab. 15 (2010), 240--252.
Expected
shortest paths for landmark- based robot navigation
(with A. Briggs, C. Detweiler, D. Scharstein), Inter. J. of
Robotics Research. 23 (2004), 717–728. |