. Ph.D. (Statistics), University of Chicago, 1967.
. Assistant Professor of Statistics, University of California at Berkeley, 1967-1972.
. Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona, 1972-1977.
. Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona, 1977-1982.
. Professor of Mathematics, Indiana University, 1982-2002.
. Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona, 2002-Present.
Asymptotic behavior of Markov processes. Stochastic differential equations. Central limit theorems. Probabilistic approach to certain classes of PDEs.
Large sample theory. Edgeworth expansions and bootstrapping. Statistical inference on manifolds. Shape constrained nonparametric curve estimation and Bioassay.
. Applications of Probability to Economics
Random dynamical systems as economic models
. Spring 2014: MATH 565C-Stochastic Differential Equations.
. Spring 2015: 565A- Stochastic Processes (Discrete Parameter)
. Spring 2016: MATH 565C-Stochastic Differential Equations.
Class meets on Tuesday, Thursday, 9:30-10:45, in MTL. 124.