Ph.D. Candidate

changjixu@galton.uchicago.edu

Department of Statistics,
5747 S. Ellis Avenue,
Chicago, IL 60637

I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Statistics at the University of Chicago. Prior to graduate school, I received a B.S. degree in mathematics at Tsinghua University in 2015. My Ph.D. adviser is Prof. Jian Ding.

I am interested in probability theory.

- Poly-logarithmic localization for random walks among random obstacles (with Jian Ding).

*Annals of Probability*, to appear. [arXiv] - Localization for random walks among random obstacles in a single Euclidean ball (with Jian Ding).

*Submitted.*[arXiv] - Geometry of the random walk range conditioned on survival
among Bernoulli obstacles (with Jian Ding, Ryoki Fukushima, Rongfeng Sun).

*Submitted.*[arXiv] - Biased random walk conditioned on survival among Bernoulli obstacles: subcritical phase (with Jian Ding, Ryoki Fukushima, Rongfeng Sun).

*Submitted.*[arXiv] - Sharp threshold for the Ising perceptron model.

*Submitted.*[arXiv]

- Random walk among Bernoulli obstacles.

Random Walks in Correlated and Dynamic Environments, Texas A&M University, August 2018. - Random walk among Bernoulli obstacles.

Purdue Probability Seminar, February 2019.

STAT 234 Statistical Models and Methods I | Winter 2016 | ||

STAT 245 Intro To Math Probability | Spring 2016, Spring 2017 | ||

STAT 304 Distribution Theory | Autumn 2016, Autumn 2017 | ||

STAT 381 Measure-Theoretic Probability I | Winter 2019 | ||

STAT 383 Measure-Theoretic Probability III | Spring 2018 | ||

STAT 385 Brownian Motion and Stochastic Calculus | Autumn 2018 |