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Lingfu Zhang

Princeton, NJ 08544-1000 USA
Email: lingfuz@math.princeton.edu

CV (Last update: Jul 22, 2017)

About
  • I'm a PhD student at the Princeton University Mathematics Department, starting in fall 2017.
  • I was an undergraduate student major in mathematics (course 18) and computer science (course 6-3) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • My interests include probability, statistical mechanics, and harmonic analysis.

    Research Experience
  • I was doing a project with Professor Vadim Gorin in Spring and Summer 2016 at MIT, sponsored by MIT Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program.
  • I was investigating the limit behavior of adjacent rows of $\beta$-Jacobi ensemble in random matrix.
  • Here is the paper (joint with Vadim Gorin), accepted to Probability Theory and Related Fields.
  • I gave a talk on this work MIT Integrable Probability Working Group on Nov 29, 2016. Here is the slide.
  • In Summer 2016 I was doing SPUR, on refining Strichartz estimate by the largest wave packet.
  • The problem is suggested by Professor Larry Guth.
  • Here is the report with part of the results.

    Links
  • Princeton University Department of Mathematics
  • MIT Integrable Probability Working Group
    Last updated on Dec 22, 2017