Daniel Slonim

I am a postdoc in mathematics at the University of Virginia (officially a Whyburn research associate and lecturer). I received my PhD in mathematics from Purdue University, with Jonathon Peterson as my advisor. I mainly study discrete probability. My doctoral work was in random walks in random environments, and I am also interested in first-passage percolation and other random growth models. I am jointly organizing the UVA Probability Seminar. If you have a speaker suggestion, send me an email.

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Office Kerchof Hall
Room 131
141 Cabell Dr
Charlottesville, VA 22903
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