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Stein Andreas Bethuelsen

Associate Professor

My main field of research are discrete probability theory and mathematical statistical mechanics. Some keywords describing my current research are random walks in (dynamic) random environment, interacting particle systems, chains of infinite order and Gibbs measures. 

I am a member of the scientific network Stochastic Processes on Evolving Networks, supported by the German Research Foundation, DFG.

Spring 2021: STAT210

Fall 2020: STAT101

All my papers and preprints are available on the arXiv:

Academic article
  • 2020. On projections of the supercritical contact process: uniform mixing and cutoff phenomenon. Book Series: Lecture Notes Series, Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National University of Singapore. 315-340.
  • 2018. The contact process as seen from a random walk . Latin American Journal of Probability and Mathematical Statistics.
  • 2016. Law of large numbers for random walks on attractive spin-flip dynamics. Stochastic Processes and their Applications.
Popular scientific lecture
  • 2019. Modelling complex networks.
Academic lecture
  • 2020. One-sided and Two-sided Stochastic Descriptions of the Schonmann Projection.
  • 2020. On spatial vs temporal descriptions of stochastic processes.
  • 2020. Invariance principle for random walks on dynamically averaging random conductances.
  • 2019. On spatial vs temporal descriptions of stochastic processes.
  • 2019. On projections of the supercritical contact process: uniform mixing and cutoff phenomenon.
  • 2019. On current and future research projects.
  • 2019. Loss of memory for the contact process.
  • 2019. Loss of memory and the cutoff phenomenon for the contact process.
Academic literature review
  • 2020. Mini-Workshop: One-sided and Two-sided Stochastic Descriptions. 38 pages.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

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