I am a Ph.D. student with the probability group in the Department of Mathematics at the University of British Columbia. My supervisors are Martin Barlow and Omer Angel.

Previously, I completed my M.Sc. in Mathematics at UBC under the supervision of Martin Barlow. I got my B.Sc. in Mathematics at University of Guanajuato / CIMAT in Mexico. My undergraduate thesis is an introduction to Bergman spaces. It is available here: "Introduccion a los espacios de Bergman" (pdf in Spanish)

Probability: uniform spanning forests, random walks, random trees, and their scaling limits.

The Continuum Random Tree (aka CRT or Brownian CRT) is my favorite random object.

Some of the exciting events in probability at UBC include:

- UBC Probability Seminar
- UBC Probability Reading Group
- This past summer, UBC hosted the PIMS-CRM Probability Summer School

- University of British Columbia

Department of Mathematics

1984 Mathematics Road

Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z2, Canada **Email:**"saraiht" "at" math "." ubc "." ca**Office:**Math 126**CV**