University of California, San DiegoBrett Kolesnik

Department of Mathematics

bkolesnik@ucsd.edu

Starting later this year, I will be a Florence Nightingale Bicentennial

I work in the fields of Probability Theory and Discrete Mathematics, and am primarily interested in random graphs, geometry and algorithms.

Papers

David Aldous

Omer Angel

Zsolt Bartha

Persi Diaconis

Janko Gravner

Grégory Miermont

Mario Sanchez

Nick Wormald

Math 109: Mathematical Reasoning, 82 students, Spring 2022

Math 180A: Introduction to Probability, 268 students, Spring 2022

Math 109: Mathematical Reasoning, 62 students, Winter 2022

Math 11: Calculus-Based Introductory Probability and Statistics, 248 students, Fall 2021

Stat 150: Stochastic Processes, 98 students, Spring 2021

Stat 150: Stochastic Processes, 82 students, Fall 2020

Stat 134: Concepts of Probability, 296 students, Spring 2020

Stat 150: Stochastic Processes,106 students, Fall 2018

Stat 150: Stochastic Processes, 96 students, Spring 2018

Math 220: Mathematical Proof, 64 students, Spring 2017

Math 318: Probability with Physical Applications, 59 students, Spring 2016

Math 110: Differential Calculus, 111 students, Fall 2014

Math 101: Integral Calculus, 77 students, Spring 2014

Department of Mathematics

University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

9500 Gilman Drive # 0112

La Jolla, CA 92093-0112

United States of America (USA)