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Grega Saksida

I am a second-year PhD student under the supervision of Vedran SohingerLink opens in a new window and Daniel UeltschiLink opens in a new window. I am interested in statistical mechanics, probability and analysis. My current work includes the application of the continuous-time lace expansion to the Bose-Hubbard model.


Autumn Term 2023: Supervising 1st year non-maths students, Teaching assistant for MA250 Introduction to Partial Differential EquationsLink opens in a new window.

Spring Term 2023: Supervising 1st year maths students.


Postgraduate Seminar, University of WarwickLink opens in a new window, Summer 2023: How to solve the heat equation using Brownian motion (abstract). Based on my master's thesis.

Conferences & Summer schools

August 2023: Recent advances in Bose-Einstein condensationLink opens in a new window, at Technical University of Munich.

July 2023: Current topics in mathematical physicsLink opens in a new window (summer school), at University of Warsaw.


Notes on some of the things I've been reading through (summer project at the University of Warwick). [pdfLink opens in a new window]


I completed my Bachelor's and Master's degree (2016–2020 and 2020–2022, respectively) in mathematics at the Faculty of Mathematics and PhysicsLink opens in a new window at the University of LjubljanaLink opens in a new window, Slovenia. My Bachelor's thesis was on the restricted three-body problem, and my Master's thesis on the interplay of the Brownian motion and the heat equation.


Photograph of Grega Saksida