William H. Kruskal Instructor
Department of Statistics and the College
Member: Committee on Computational and Applied Mathematics (CCAM)
Before coming to the University of Chicago, I completed a PhD at Princeton University under the supervision of Mykhaylo Shkolnikov, and a BSc & MSc at the University of Ottawa with Benoît Collins.
My research focus lies in the theory of probability. In the past years, I have worked on the spectral theory of random matrices and operators, free probability theory, Schrödinger operators and semigroups, and stochastic partial differential equations.