Erin Beckman

Erin Beckman
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I am a 6th year student working with Dr. James Nolen. I am interested in the study of branching process and interacting particle systems. My current work focuses on the long time behavior of these systems and their hydrodynamic limits. 

Beckman, E, Dinan, E, Durrett, R, Huo, R, and Junge, M. "Asymptotic behavior of the Brownian frog model." Electronic Journal of Probability 23.0 (2018). Full Text Open Access Copy

Cristali, I, Ranjan, V, Steinberg, J, Beckman, E, Durrett, R, Junge, M, and Nolen, J. "Block size in Geometric(p)-biased permutations.".

Beckman, E, Frank, N, Jiang, Y, Junge, M, and Tang, S. "The frog model on trees with drift.".

Beckman, E, Chai, C, Lyu, J, Mahserejian, S, Tran, H, Yavari, S, Mitchell, H, Calatroni, A, and Kang, EL. Investigating the Relationship Between the Microbiome and Environmental Characteristics(Published online).: North Carolina State University, July 31, 2015. Open Access Copy