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Random matrices

Random matrix models were introduced in multivariate statistics in the late 1920s by John Wishart (subsequently developed by Fisher, Hsu, Roy and others). Since these early beginnings random matrix theory has found an extraordinary variety of mathematical, physical and engineering applications which include number theory, stochastic growth models, tiling problems and wireless communications. O’Connell and Warren have an active collaboration and group working in this area.

Researchers in this area: O’Connell, Warren