Lecturer, Department of Statistics

Office: 325 Evans Hall

Email: mlugo at stat dot berkeley dot edu

My CV.

In Spring 2012, I am teaching:

- Stat 21: Probability and Statistics for Business (Lecture 2), 120 Latimer, MWF 12-1. The textbook will be Freedman, Pisani, and Purves,
*Statistics*, fourth edition. - Stat 131A: Statistical Inferences for Social and Life Scientists (Lecture 2), 9 Lewis, MWF 2-3. The textbook will be Moore, McCabe, and Craig,
*Introduction to the Practice of Statistics*, seventh edition.

In Fall 2011, I taught:

- Stat 134 (Lecture 3): Concepts of Probability, 60 Evans, MWF 12-1.
- Stat 155: Game Theory, 60 Evans, MWF 10-11.

In Summer 2011, I taught Stat 135: Concepts of Statistics.

In Spring 2011, I taught:

- Stat 21 (Lecture 1): Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business, 277 Cory, MWF 9-10.
- Stat 134 (Lecture 2): Concepts of Probability, 60 Evans, MWF 11-12.

In Fall 2010, I taught

- Stat 20: Introduction to Probability and Statistics, 3 Leconte, MWF 10-11
- Stat 155: Game Theory, 60 Evans, MWF 12-1

Profiles of permutations, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 16 (2009) #R99. (23 pages).

The number of cycles of specified normalized length in permutations, preprint, arXiv:0909.2909. (15 pages)

Cycle structure of compositions of random involutions, preprint, arXiv:0911.3604, (17 pages)

PhD thesis, Profiles of large combinatorial structures, May 2010. 157-page single-spaced version. (There's also a double-spaced version available from some other sources, if you really hate trees.)