Math @ Duke

Oliver R Diaz Espinosa, Visiting Assistant Professor
Please note: Oliver has left the Mathematics department at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.  Contact Info:
 Office Hours:
 Tentatively TTh 13:0014:00
 Education:
PhD  University of Texas at Austin  2006 
MS  CINVESTAVIPN  1995 
BS  Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico  1993 
 Specialties:

Probability
Applied Math
 Research Interests: Dynamical Systems, Probability
My research deals with the study of limit theorems of processes that explain the macroscopic behavior of systems appearing in applications: water waves, dynamical systems, biology.
 Areas of Interest:
Probability Analysis Dynamical Systems
 Keywords:
Functional limit theorems, Random dynamical systems, ergodic theory.
 Recent Publications
 with A. de Bouard, W. Craig, P. Guyenne and C. Sulem, Long wave expansions for water waves over random topography,
Nonlinearity, vol. 21 no. 9
(2008),
pp. 21432178
 with de la Llave, Renormalization of arbitrary weak noises for onedimensional critical dynamical systems: summary of results and numerical explorations,
in Holomorphic dynamics and renormalization., Fields Inst. Commun., vol. 53
(2008),
pp. 331359, American Mathematical Society
 with with. de la Llave, R, Renormalization and central limit theorem for critical dynamical systems with weak external noise,
J. Modern Dynamics, vol. 1 no. 3
(2007),
pp. 477543


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