Dr David Croydon
David Croydon works in probability theory, with his main research interest being in diffusions on random fractals and how such processes can be constructed as scaling limits of related random walks on random graphs. He joined the Department of Statistics in 2006, after having completed his DPhil at the University of Oxford.
I currently have one PhD student, Adam Bowditch. If you are interested in starting a PhD under my supervision in an area related to random walks, random graphs and/or random fractals, please feel free to contact me by email to discuss possible options.
Room D0.14, Dept of Statistics
Tel: +44 (0) 2476 150782
Office hours: Mon 13:30-14:30; Thurs 15.30-16.30.