I am an associate professor of mathematics at Georgia Tech. My research is in probability theory.


Name: Michael Damron

Office: Skiles 235A

Email: mdamron6 at protonmail dot com


Current teaching: Math 4221, Math 7244

Office hours: Tues. and Thurs. 11-12


Order our first-passage percolation book.

Order our book on random growth models.

My work is supported by NSF grant 2054559 and an NSF CAREER award.


Preprints

(with J. Hanson, D. Harper, and W.-K. Lam) Transitions for exceptional times in dynamical first-passage percolation. arXiv

(with B. Bock and J. Hanson) Random nearest neighbor graphs: the translation invariant case. arXiv

(with G. Brito and J. Hanson) Absence of backward infinite paths for first-passage percolation in arbitrary dimension. arXiv

(with J. Hanson and W.-K. Lam) Universality of the time constant for 2D critical first-passage percolation. arXiv

(with B. Bock) The acceptance profile of invasion percolation at p_c in two dimensions. arXiv


Upcoming talks

Aug - Probability seminar, CUNY

Dec - Statistical mechanics meeting, Rutgers