My research lies in the field of Probability Theory and its applications to models of statistical physics (random media, statistical mechanics, stochastic PDEs). I am also interested in the relations to PDEs, representation theory and combinatorics.
You can contact me at N.Zygouras@warwick.ac.uk or you can find me at C1.10 in the Zeeman building.
In winter, 2019 I will teach the TCC course: Discrete Stochastic Analysis. In the past I have taught postgraduate courses: Brownian Motion (4th year / MSc / PhD) and Advanced topics in Applied Probability: Random Growth and Random Matrices. Graduate Probability, Large Deviations, Concentration of Measure, Mixing times and undergraduate courses: Statistics for Finance, Multivariate Statistics, Probability A,B, and Stochastic Processes, Mathematical Methods, Complex Variables, Calculus
I prefer to give blackboard talks. But when the microsoft powerpoint (i.e. chalk) is not available I resort to technology: Combinatorial structures in KPZ (a two part colloquium talk), Scaling limits & disorder
I am an Associate Editor at
Below are some events I have organised:
Orthogonal Polynomials, applications in Statistics and Stochastic Processes, supported partially by FP7 through a Marie Curie, International Reintegration Grant