"Show me slowly what I only know the limits of..." - Leonard Cohen.
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Department of Mathematics University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Office: 1829 East Hall 530 Church Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109
email: csuman [at] umich [dot] edu
I am a post-doctoral assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. In May 2018 I received my Ph.D. from the Department of Statistics and Operations Research (STOR) at UNC Chapel Hill. My thesis advisors were Shankar Bhamidi and Andrew Nobel.
Broadly, my research interests span discrete probability theory, probabilistic combinatorics, and statistics. I am interested in problems that have originated from various branches of science, such as, network science, statistical physics, computer science, and mathematical finance. I try to develop mathematical techniques to understand and solve some of these problems. My recent works include exponential models on large networks, pseudo-random graphs, and percolation. Please check my publications and preprints for more details regarding my research.