Miklos Z. RaczI am currently a Statistics PhD student at UC Berkeley, where I am advised by Elchanan Mossel. I am interested in mathematics and mathematical models explaining real-world phenomena, in particular probability theory and applied probability. I like to think about voting, networks, interacting particle systems, game theory, and mathematical biology.
Previously, I received my diploma in mathematics from the Institute of Mathematics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, under the supervision of Márton Balázs and Bálint Tóth. In my thesis I studied a stochastic interacting particle system representing agents setting prices in a market, with the aim of describing the ensuing price inflation and fluctuation.
My CV (as of October 3, 2012).
Email: racz at stat.berkeley.edu