Adam Quinn Jaffe

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I am a PhD candidate in the statistics department at UC Berkeley where I am advised by Steve Evans. My research is broadly focused on probability theory. Previously, I was an undergraduate in the mathematics department at Stanford.

A common theme of my research is applying the technical tools of topology, analysis, measure theory, and convexity to answer concrete problems in probability and statistics. This perspective has led to new insights and results in studying Markov chains, stochastic calculus, Fréchet means, clustering algorithms, optimal transport, and more.

My research is supported by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (Grant No. DGE 1752814).

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