Erin Beckman, Associate In Research
I am a 6th year student working with Dr. James Nolen. I am interested in the study of branching process and interacting particle systems. My current work focuses on the long time behavior of these systems and their hydrodynamic limits. Please note: Erin has left the Mathematics department at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.  Contact Info:
 Office Hours:
 Help Room Hours:
Mondays 68 PM Classroom Building 132
 Education:
BS  The University of Texas at Austin  2012 
 Specialties:

Probability
Mathematical Biology Analysis
 Research Interests:
Partial differential equations, Probability, Stochastic processes
 Recent Publications
 Beckman, E; Frank, N; Jiang, Y; Junge, M; Tang, S, The frog model on trees with drift,
Electronic Communications in Probability, vol. 24
(January, 2019), Institute of Mathematical Statistics [doi] [abs]
 Beckman, E; Dinan, E; Durrett, R; Huo, R; Junge, M, Asymptotic behavior of the brownian frog model,
Electronic Journal of Probability, vol. 23
(January, 2018), Institute of Mathematical Statistics [doi] [abs]
 Cristali, I; Ranjan, V; Steinberg, J; Beckman, E; Durrett, R; Junge, M; Nolen, J, Block size in geometric(P)biased permutations,
Electronic Communications in Probability, vol. 23
(January, 2018) [doi] [abs]
