Office: 526 Snow Hall
Tel: 785 864 3018
Email: zhipeng at ku dot edu
I am an assistant professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Kansas. I got my PhD from the University of Michigan in 2014, then I was a Courant instructor at New York University until 2017.
I am working in probability and mathematical physics. My research interests include: KPZ universality, interacting particle systems, growth models, non-intersecting paths, orthogonal polynomials and related problems.
- Multi-point distribution of periodic TASEP, with Jinho Baik.
- Height fluctuations of stationary TASEP on a ring in relaxation time scale
- TASEP on a ring in sub-relaxation time scale, with Jinho Baik.
- Fluctuations of TASEP on a ring in relaxation time scale, with Jinho Baik.
- Fluctuations of TASEP and LPP with general initial data, with Ivan Corwin and Dong Wang.
Toeplitz determinants and their applications
- PhD dissertation. May 2014, PDF.
- On the average of the Airy process and its time reversal, with Jinho Baik.
Toeplitz/Hankel determinants and the width of non-intersecting
processes, with Jinho Baik.
I am teaching Math 526 (Applied Mathematical Statistics I) this semester.
KU Smith Colloquium
KU probability and statistics seminar
Integrable Probability Focused Research Group