Tai Melcher I am an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Virginia. | |||
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My research interests intersect probability, geometry, and analysis. More particularly, they include infinite-dimensional analysis, Gaussian measures and processes, stochastic differential equations on Lie groups (and sometimes more general manifolds), Markov processes and semigroups, differential operators and hypoellipticity theory.
Fall '14: |
MATH 7360,
Probability Theory I |
Spring '14: |
MATH 2310,
Calculus III |
Fall '13: | |
MATH 7360, Probability Theory I
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Spring '13: |
MATH 7370,
Probability Theory II |
Fall '12: |
MATH 3250,
Ordinary Differential Equations |
Fall '11: |
MATH 5110,
Introduction to Stochastic Processes |
MATH 7360, Probability Theory I
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Spring '11: |
MATH 5110,
Introduction to Stochastic Processes |
Fall '10: |
MATH 3100,
Introduction to Probability |
MATH 7360, Probability Theory I
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Spring '09: |
MATH 736,
Probability Theory I |
Fall '08: |
MATH 310,
Introduction to Probability |
MATH 511, Introduction
to Stochastic Processes | |
Spring '08: |
MATH 736,
Probability Theory I |
Fall '07: |
APMA 310,
Probability |
Spring '07: |
MATH 122,
Applied Calculus II |
Fall '06: |
APMA 308,
Linear Algebra |
UVA | Department of Mathematics | email me |