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I am a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Mathematics
at the University of Toronto. My
supervisors are Jeremy
Quastel and Bálint
Virág. Before coming to Toronto I was a PhD student
O'Connell at the
University of Warwick in the UK.
Department of Mathematics
University of Toronto
Office: Earth Sciences 4145. See
here for a map; Earth Sciences is marked ES, the entrance
is located on Russell Street just west of Huron.
Email: janosch dot ortmann at utoronto dot ca
My current research lies in the study of exactly solvable
mathematical models for interacting particle systems and random
growth models, in particular in connection with the KPZ universality
I am also interested in random matrix theory and probabilistic
aspects of free probability theory.
- Product-form invariant measures for Brownian motion with
drift satisfying a skew-symmetry condition (2012, with Neil
O'Connell ). Prepublication on the arXiV.
- Large Deviations for non-crossing partitions.
Electronic Journal of Probability 17 (2012), no. 34,
- Functionals of the Brownian bridge. To appear in
Séminaires de Probabilité, Vol 45 , LNM 2078
- Autumn 2013: APM 384H1 PDEs for Engineering. See the
course web site for more information
- Autumn 2013: MAT 1128 Topics in Probability (Graduate
- Autumn 2012, Spring 2013: MAT 137 "Calculus!"