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Professor

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(541) 737-1379

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(541) 737-0517

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KIDD 368C

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Fall term hours TBD, or by appointment

Ph.D. in Mathematics, Stanford, 2002

M.S. in Mathematics, Stanford, 2000

B.A. in Mathematics, New York University, 1997

Research Field:

Probability and Stochastic Processes

Research Description:

Yevgeniy Kovchegov works in the field of probability and stochastic processes. His research interests include the mathematical models of statistical mechanics, interacting particle systems, quantum computation, self-similarity, reinforced processes, and percolation. Kovchegov's work is centered around the following topics: mixing times; extending the probabilistic coupling method; orthogonal polynomials in stochastic processes, probability and statistics; quantum walks and quantum computation; occupation times; hitting times; chaos and fractals; applications of probability theory in computer and wireless networks, network coding, biological systems, economics, chemistry, and environmental sciences.

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