Guillermo Elias Martinez Dibene

University of British Columbia

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Hi, this is my webpage here in UBC. I am a PhD student in the Department of Mathematics working under the direction of Martin Barlow. Before becoming a UBC PhD student I did my undergraduate in University of Guanajuato, Mexico and then my Masters in CIMAT, Guanajuato, Mexico. I worked my Master's final disertation project under the direction of Victor Perez Abreu with co-supervisor Martin T. Barlow. If you want to find more, please visit the section of maths related documents below.

Probability group.

Mathematics interests.

They include General Analysis and Topology, Stochastic Processes, Measure Theory, Distributions, and Probability. I am also enthusiastic about learning on how to teach efficiently, I am a CIRLT associate. I also find pleasure in reading about other topics where maths and specially Probability, using statistics mostly, can be applied. In particular, I find myself entertained reading about Economics, Social Sciences and Evolutionary Psychology. In probability I enjoy mostly continuous time stochastic processes, stochastic analysis or analysis of simple paths; since I began working on my PhD project, I have been working discrete objects such as random graphs, uniform spanning trees (or forest) and scaling limits of such objects, recently I have find them to be of great beauty as well. In the following link I expand about the importance of uniform spanning forests.

Documents I have written (mostly in Spanish):


MATH 104:103 2017W

Last update: September 12, 2017

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