Si Tang  

120 Science Drive
035 Physics Building
Department of Mathematics
Duke University
Durham, NC 27705

I am an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Duke University. I obtained two Ph.D. degrees from the University of Chicago, one in Statistics (2017), advised by Prof. Steven P. Lalley and Prof. Antonio Auffinger (Northwestern University), and one in Ecology and Evolution (2013), advised by Prof. Stefano Allesina

I am broadly interested in the stochastic models that arise in biology, statistic physics, and computer sciences. Currently, my research focuses on first passage percolation and spatial epidemic models. I am also interested in random matrix theory and free probability. 

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