Dr Mark Yarrow


Position: Executive Editor
Home page: http://www.appliedprobability.org
Email:
Telephone: (0114) 2223924
Office: K27 Hicks building
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Teaching:

MAS5051 Probability and Probability Distributions Information  


Research:


Interests: Preferential attachment networks, random graphs, algebraic graph theory
Research group: Probability
Publications: ArXiv

Biography:

I took over as the Executive Editor for the Applied Probability Trust in summer 2019. As part of this role I oversee the editorial process, finances and day to day operations for both the Journal of Applied Probability and Advances in Applied Probability.

I recently took on the role of Tutor for LGBTQ+ students here in the School of Mathematics and Statistics. Please drop me an email if you would like to schedule a chat with me in regards this role. Any conversations will be kept in the strictest confidence unless I am given express permission or intervention is required.

Research interests:

My Ph.D. thesis was written on the topic of preferential attachment graphs with location. Myself and my supervisor developed a number of results on the topics of condensation, coexistence and degree asymptotics. I have been involved in research projects outside of my Ph.D. including work on the cospectrality of graph distance laplacians.

Teaching interests:

MAS286
MAS5051
MAS6002

Working arrangements:

I can usually be found in my office between 09:30 and 18:00 on weekdays. My specific office hours are 11:30-12:30 Tuesdays and Thursdays during the semester. Please do not turn up outside of these times as you will not be seen unless a specific appointment is made via email in advance. I encourage the use of discussion boards for problem sheet questions as other students can benefit from the solutions.