Erin M. Beckman, Graduate Student
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.  Contact Info:
Teaching (Fall 2018):
 MATH 122L.004, INTRO CALCULUS II WITH APPLICA
Synopsis
 Class Bldg 114, TuTh 04:55 PM05:45 PM; Class Bldg 114, W 04:40 PM05:55 PM
 MATH 122L.04L, INTRO CALCULUS II WITH APPLICA
Synopsis
 Class Bldg 114, F 04:40 PM05:55 PM
Teaching (Spring 2019):
 MATH 112L.004, LABORATORY CALCULUS II
Synopsis
 West Duke 105, MW 03:20 PM04:10 PM; West Duke 106, Th 01:25 PM02:40 PM
 Office Hours:
 Help Room Hours:
Wednesdays 68 PM Carr 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; Dinan, E; Durrett, R; Huo, R; Junge, M, Asymptotic behavior of the brownian frog model,
Electronic Journal of Probability, vol. 23
(January, 2018) [doi] [abs]
