Room: CM 302
I am a probabilist working in the statistics and probability research group here in Durham. Further information about probability at Durham can be found here.
I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
My research is in probability theory and its applications. My interests include random spatial models and stochastic processes inspired by physics or other applications. Some of my recent work has been on random walks, random spatial graphs, processes in random media, and interacting particle systems. For some more details about some of my research and publications, see here.
Undergraduate teaching 2016/17
Other courses taught in the recent past
News and events
Resources: recent papers in probability at arxiv; MathSciNet search; AMS serial abbreviations. Links to events: RSS applied probability; IMA; LMS; EMS; IMS; Bernoulli Society.
Local links: library (new books, e-journals); statistics seminars; teaching weeks.
Personal: some photos.