at the University of Auckland

Probability is the mathematical study of random phenomena. It has applications in diverse fields such as biology, finance, telecommunications and traffic networks, and is the theoretical basis for statistics. It is also a beautiful and increasingly important field of mathematics in its own right.
Members of the probability group at U. Auckland are involved in research projects on modeling or mathematical analysis of random phenomena in statistical physics, traffic and queueing networks, patient flow in hospitals, the spread of opinion or of infection, and of non-parametric statistical tests.

Members of the Probability Group

Staff PhD Students

  • Courses

  • Stats125 - Probability and its applications
    Stats320 - Applied Stochastic Modelling
    Stats325 - Stochastic Processes
    Stats710 - Probability Theory
    Stats720 - Stochastic Processes