Péter Nándori

I am an assistant professor of Mathematics at the Stern College, Yeshiva University. In Spring 2021, I was a member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. Before coming to Yeshiva, I was a Brin fellow at the Deparment of Mathematics, University of Maryland. Before that, I was a Courant Instructor/Assistant professor at the Courant Institute, New York University. Before that, I was a graduate student at the Mathematics Department of the Technical University of Budapest. 

Here is a more detailed CV.

I study hyperbolic dynamical systems, probability theory and mathematical statistical physics. See my research highlights for more details or this video of a research talk in CIRM, France, or my complete list of publications for much more details.

My research is supported by NSF DMS 2154725, NSF DMS 1800811/NSF DMS 1952876.

I am an editor of Electronic Research Archive, a journal that rapidly publishes original and expository articles of significant advances in all branches of mathematics.  To submit a paper, please follow the instructions here.