David Aldous: courses taught since 2001

Only the most recent version of each course is listed. Ordered by course number.

Semester Course number Topic of course Comments
Fall 2004 STAT 20 Introduction to Statistics and Probability Lower-division introductory course
Fall 2016 STAT 24 Probability, outside the textbook. Freshman seminar, emphasizing diversity of contexts where probability appears.
Fall 2008 STAT 98/198 Blackjack and Poker Student-taught course; I am only the sponsor.
Fall 2012 STAT 134 Concepts of Probability Upper division post-calculus introduction to the mathematics of probability
Fall 2015 STAT 150 Stochastic Processes Upper division, for Stat/Math majors and others.
Spring 2016 STAT 157 Probability in the Real World Project-based course for Statistics Majors, emphasizing diversity of contexts where probability appears.
Fall 2008 STAT 204 Probability for Applications Graduate level, non measure-theory, second course in probability
Fall 2016 STAT 205A Probability Theory First year graduate core course: measure-theoretic probability (first part).
Spring 2017 STAT 205B Probability Theory First year graduate core course: measure-theoretic probability (second part).
Fall 2011 STAT 206A Reversible Markov Chains and Random Walks on Graphs Graduate topics course
Fall 2013 STAT C206A Spatial Networks Graduate topics course
Spring 2008 STAT C206B Large Deviations and Stochastic Spatial Optimization Graduate topics course
Spring 2013 STAT C206B Exchangeability and related topics Graduate topics course
Spring 2011 STAT 260 Finite Markov Information-Exchange Processes Graduate topics course
Spring 2007 STAT 260 Random Graphs and Complex Networks. Graduate topics course
Fall 2001 STAT 260 Probabilistic Aspects of Combinatorial Optimization and Disordered Systems Graduate topics course