GU, YU   谷雨

About me:

I am an assistant professor at CMU. I got my PhD at Columbia in 2014 and did a postdoc at Stanford in 2014-2017. I was a research member of MSRI in fall 2015.
My general interest is in the study of random dynamics, partial differential equation with random coefficients, and probabilistic models from physics and engineering.
I have been working on stochastic homogenization, wave in random media, and stochastic partial differential equation.
My research has been supported by NSF grant DMS-1613301/1807748/1907928 and by the Center for Nonlinear Analysis of CMU.

Teaching at CMU:

I wrote a note on two of my favorite objects -- stochastic heat equation and KPZ equation, which can be found here.