*personal pages*

I'm a mathematician, currently the Wallis Professor of mathematics at the University of Oxford and fellow of St. Anne's College. Previously I held positions in Bonn, Paris and Pisa. I work in the field of stochastic analysis. My interests lie at the intersection of analysis, probability and mathematical physics. I like to think about the random functions which appear in many physical theories, including quantum mechanics and quantum field theory. I have a PhD in theoretical physics and at some point I worked in an experimental laboratory. I run.

google scholar ⋅ arXiv ⋅ ORCID

@maxgubi@twitter ⋅ @maxgubi@mathstdon.xyz ⋅ linkedin

my institutional page at the Mathematical Institute

vita ⋅ research ⋅ teaching ⋅ programming ⋅ writings

a list of all the articles ⋅ an Atom feed ⋅ a template for new pages

these pages have been created with TeXmacs and are hosted at github

What is a businessman? Someone who does business? Not quite. It is someone who sees opportunities for doing business when others might miss them. A mathematician is someone who sees opportunities for doing mathematics.

— Ian Stewart, “Letters to a Young Mathematician”

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter.

— Blaise Pascal

Le mot «random» vient d'un terme de vénerie français : randon désigne la course erratique du cerf qui zigzague en essayant d'échapper aux chiens. Le mot a aussi donné «randonné» en français.