Department of Mathematical Sciences
Durham DH1 3LE
Note: For the foreseeable future, post sent to the above address may not find its way to me. Please email me if you want my home address.
E-mail: andrew [dot] wade [@] durham [dot] ac [dot] uk
My research is in probability theory. I am particularly interested in probabilistic models and processes inspired by physics or other applications, including random walks, random spatial graphs, and interacting particle systems. I have written a book (here are some errata).
I am a member of the Probability in the North East (PiNE) research network.
Michaelmas term 2020–21:
Probability I (MATH1597).
Past lecture courses taught: see here.
Research resources: recent probability papers at arxiv; MathSciNet search; AMS serial abbreviations. Local links: library (new books, e-journals); probability seminars; teaching weeks. Further resources can be found here.
Personal: some photos.