Stochastic Analysis

The Stochastic Analysis Group is part of the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford. It also has members in the Statistics Department.

Research

The interests of the group are diverse: stochastic analysis, rough path theory, Schramm-Loewner evolution, smooth Gaussian fields, mathematical population genetics, financial mathematics. See individual members pages for further information on particular members' interests.

Permanent members' personal web pages:

More information about people doing Probability at Oxford and home pages of group members can be found here.

Information for DPhil applicants

  • DPhil in Mathematics is a 3-4 year course. Information about the course and how to apply is available here.
  • There is a new Center for Doctoral Training (EPSRC CDT): Mathematics of Random Systems: Analysis, Models and Algorithms. This is is a 4-year programme joint with Imperial College London. Application webpage. Course webpage. You are encouraged to apply to both programmes simultaneously.  

Seminars and workshops