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Nicholas Georgiou, PhD London School of Economics

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Assistant Professor, Probability in the Department of Mathematical Sciences
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 44157
Room number: CM227

Contact Nicholas Georgiou (email at nicholas.georgiou@durham.ac.uk)

Research Groups

Department of Mathematical Sciences

  • Probability & Statistics: Probability
  • Probability and Statistics

Research Interests

  • Probability theory
  • Probabilistic models and stochastic processes
  • (Random) processes on (random) graphs
  • Probabilistic combinatorics

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  • Georgiou, Nicholas, Mijatović, Aleksandar & Wade, Andrew R. (2019). Invariance principle for non-homogeneous random walks. Electronic Journal of Probability 24: 48.
  • Georgiou, Nicholas, Menshikov, Mikhail V., Petritis, Dimitri & Wade, Andrew R. (2019). Markov chains with heavy-tailed increments and asymptotically zero drift. Electronic Journal of Probability 24: 62.
  • Georgiou, Nicholas, Mijatović, Aleksandar & Wade, Andrew R. (2018). A radial invariance principle for non-homogeneous random walks. Electronic Communications in Probability 23: 56.
  • Georgiou, Nicholas, Menshikov, Mikhail V., Mijatovic, Aleksandar & Wade, Andrew R. (2016). Anomalous recurrence properties of many-dimensional zero-drift random walks. Advances in Applied Probability 48(Issue A): 99-118.
  • Gadouleau, Maximilien & Georgiou, Nicholas (2015). New Constructions and Bounds for Winkler's Hat Game. SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics 29(2): 823-834.
  • Georgiou, Nicholas & Wade, Andrew R. (2014). Non-homogeneous random walks on a semi-infinite strip. Stochastic Processes and their Applications 124(10): 3179-3205.
  • Crane, Edward, Georgiou, Nicholas, Volkov, Stanislav, Wade, Andrew R. & Waters, Robert J. (2011). The simple harmonic urn. Annals of Probability 39(6): 2119-2177.

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