Ramon van Handel

Associate ProfessorPACMORFE
Associated FacultyMathematics

Fine Hall, Room 207
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544
(609) 258 0973
E-mail: rvan AT math.princeton.edu

My interests lie broadly in probability theory, analysis, geometry, and their interactions. I am particularly fascinated by the development of principles and methods that explain the common structure in a variety of pure and applied mathematical problems. My recent focus has been on high-dimensional phenomena in probability and on convex geometry; I also have a long-standing interest in conditional phenomena in probability and ergodic theory, and in noncommutative probability.

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Older work (in physics)

Last modified: January 11, 2024