# Guillermo Elias Martinez Dibene

*University of British Columbia*

This is webpage is currently under construction.

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.

- The probability group in the Department of Mathematics is currently conformed by the faculty: Omer Angel, Martin Barlow, Edwin Perkins and Gordon Slade. We have a dedicated webpage, please visit here.
- There is a probability seminar here in the Maths department.
- There is also a Probability reading 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):**

## Teaching.

MATH 104:103 2017W

* Last update:* September 12, 2017

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