Davar Khoshnevisan

Professor and Chair of Mathematics,
The University of Utah

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Probability and Statistics in Utah

Springer Lecture Notes in Math.

Probability & its Appl. | Progress in Probability

The Annals of Probability

Journal of Theoretical Probability

Webpages for previous courses (2012-): Link

E-prints [arXiv; research supported by the NSF Grants DMS-1608575 and DMS-1307470]:

Contact Information | Hours

My faculty profile

Books | Collaborators | Lecture Notes | Publications | Vita

Probability and Statistics in Utah

Springer Lecture Notes in Math.

Probability & its Appl. | Progress in Probability

The Annals of Probability

Journal of Theoretical Probability

Webpages for previous courses (2012-): Link

E-prints [arXiv; research supported by the NSF Grants DMS-1608575 and DMS-1307470]:

- Global
solutions to reaction-diffusion equations with super-linear drift and multiplicative
noise

(37 pages; submitted; with Robert C. Dalang and Tusheng Zhang). - A
macroscopic multifractal analysis of parabolic stochastic PDEs

(41 pages; submitted; with Kunwoo Kim and Yimin Xiao). - On the
multifractal local behavior of parabolic stochastic PDEs

(13 pages; submitted; with Jingyu Huang). - Dense
blowup for parabolic SPDEs

(39 pages; submitted; with Le Chen, Jingyu Huang, and Kunwoo Kim). - On
the macroscopic fractal geometry of some random sets

(24 pages; 5 figures; submitted; with Yimin Xiao). - The
dimension of the range of a random walk

(37 pages; submitted; with Nicos Georgiou, Kunwoo Kim, and Alex D. Ramos). - Weak existence of a solution to
a differential equation driven by a very rough fBm

(20 pages; submitted; with Jason Swanson, Yimin Xiao, and Liang Zhang).

- On a family of polynomials (Pdf; revised: 4/08/07)
- Schoenberg's theorem via the law of large numbers (Pdf)
- A facsimile of John Walsh's "'A Lost Scroll" (must read for aficionados of "Théorie du générale")

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Research supported in part by the National Science Foundation

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