Richard Timothy Durrett

  • James B. Duke Professor of Mathematics
  • Professor of Mathematics
External address: 105 Physics Building, Box 90320, Durham, NC 27708-0320
Internal office address: Dept of Math, Box 90320, Durham, NC 27708-0320
Phone: (919) 660-6970

Research Areas and Keywords

Biological Modeling
population genetics, selective sweeps, stepping stone models, interacting particle systems, contact processes, spatial ecological models, cancer modeling, tumor heterogeneity
Probability
probability, stochastic processes, random graphs, dynamics on networks, dynamics of networks
Education & Training
  • Ph.D., Stanford University 1976

Durrett, R. "SPecial invited paper coexistence in stochastic spatial models." Annals of Applied Probability 19.2 (2009): 477-496. Full Text

Chan, B, Durrett, R, and Lanchier, N. "Coexistence in a particle system with seasons." Ann. Appl. Probab. 19 (2009): 1921-1943. (Academic Article)

Durrett, R, and Remenik, D. "Chaos in a spatial epidemic model." Annals of Applied Probability 19.4 (2009): 1656-1685. Full Text

Durrett, R, and Popovic, L. "Degenerate diffusions arising from gene duplication models." Annals of Applied Probability 19.1 (2009): 15-48. Full Text

Chatterjee, S, and Durrett, R. "Contact processes on random graphs with power law degree distributions have critical value 0." Annals of Probability 37.6 (2009): 2332-2356. Full Text

Wu, F, Eannetta, NT, Xu, Y, Durrett, R, Mazourek, M, Jahn, MM, and Tanksley, SD. "A COSII genetic map of the pepper genome provides a detailed picture of synteny with tomato and new insights into recent chromosome evolution in the genus Capsicum." Theoretical and Applied Genetics 118.7 (2009): 1279-1293. Full Text

Chan, B, Durrett, R, and Lanchier, N. "Coexistence for a multitype contact process with seasons." Annals of Applied Probability 19.5 (2009): 1921-1943. Full Text

Durrett, R, and Schmidt, D. "Reply to Michael Behe." Genetics 181.2 (2009): 821-822. Full Text

Berestycki, N, and Durrett, R. "Limiting behavior for the distance of a random walk." Electronic Journal of Probability 13 (2008): 374-395.

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