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Mikhail Menshikov

Professor, Probability

PhD Moscow State University

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Professor, Probability in the Department of Mathematical SciencesMCS3043 


Research Summary

My research is in stochastic processes, with emphasis on the Lyapunov function method, including random walks, processes in random media, and interacting particle systems. Other interests include percolation theory.

Research interests

  • probability
  • Markov chains

Research groups

  • Probability & Statistics: Probability
  • Probability and Statistics

Esteem Indicators

  • Editorial board service: Editor of Markov Process Related Fields
  • Plenary and invited talks: Invited talk at Random Media in Atacama (Chile, December 2016).


Authored book

  • Menshikov, Mikhail, Popov, Serguei & Wade, Andrew (2016). Non-Homogeneous Random Walks: Lyapunov Function Methods for Near-Critical Stochastic Systems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Journal Article