Elnur Emrah

Department of Mathematical Sciences
Wean Hall 7115
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
eemrah at andrew dot cmu dot edu

Welcome to my homepage at Carnegie Mellon University. I presently hold a postdoctoral position in the Department of Mathematical Sciences.

I work in the field of probability theory with a broad interest in analysis of stochastic models that fall into the conjectural KPZ universality class.

Before coming to Pittsburgh, I was a graduate student advised by Timo Seppäläinen at University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Here is my CV last updated on May 7, 2018.

Thesis:
Limit shape and fluctuations for exactly solvable inhomogeneous corner growth models

Preprints:
Limit shapes for inhomogeneous corner growth models with exponential and geometric weights
Large deviations for some corner growth models with inhomogeneity (with Chris Janjigian)

Expository:
Fluctuations of the corner growth model with geometric weights

Teaching:
Fall 2016: 21-325. Probability.
Spring 2017: 21-355. Real Analysis I.
Fall 2017: 21-370. Discrete-Time Finance.
Spring 2018: 21-111. Differential Calculus.