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Andrew Wade

Professor, Probability

PhD Durham University

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Professor, Probability in the Department of Mathematical SciencesMCS3022+44 (0) 191 33 44151


Research Summary

My research is in probability theory and its applications. My interests include random spatial models and stochastic processes inspired by physics or other applications. Some of my recent work has been on random walks, random spatial graphs, processes in random media, and interacting particle systems. For some more details about some of my research and publications, see here.

Research interests

  • probability theory
  • stochastic processes
  • random structures

Research groups

  • Probability & Statistics: Probability
  • Probability and Statistics

Awarded Grants

  • 2019: PiNE: Probability In the North East(£988.09 from The London Mathematical Society)
  • 2018: Probability in the North East (PiNE) 2018/19(£1500.00 from The London Mathematical Society)
  • 2017: Probability in the North East(£1600.00 from The London Mathematical Society)
  • 2016: Probability in the North East(£1200.00 from London Mathematical Society)
  • 2015: Probability on the North-East(£1847.24 from London Mathematical Society)
  • 2014: Aspects of Random Walks(£598.00 from London Mathematical Society)
  • 2013: Non-homogenous random walks(£91911.00 from Epsrc)


Authored book

Book review

  • Wade, Andrew R. (2020). Markov Chains. Newsletter of the European Mathematical Society

Chapter in book

Journal Article

Supervision students