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David John Aldous

July 13 1952; Exeter, U.K.
University of California, Berkeley
Rollo Davidson Prize, 1980
I.M.S. (= Institute of Mathematical Statistics) Fellow, 1985
Loeve Prize in Probability, 1993
Fellow of the Royal Society, U. K., 1994
Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2004
A.D. White Professor-at-Large, Cornell University, 2004 - 2010
National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2010
Docteur Honoris Causa de l'Universite de Provence, 2011
Cambridge University B. A. (Mathematics) 1973
Cambridge University Ph.D. (Mathematics) 1977

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About Aldous, David

From Wikipedia:

"David John Aldous, FRS (born 13 July 1952) is a mathematician known for his research on mathematical probability theory and its applications, in particular in topics such as exchangeability, weak convergence, Markov chain mixing times, the continuum random tree and stochastic coalescence. He entered St. John's College, Cambridge in 1970 and received his Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge in 1977 under advisor D.J.H. Garling.[1] Since 1979 Aldous has been on the faculty at University of California, Berkeley."

Interview(s)

David Aldous Interview July 21, 2012

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Recorded in Ithaca, NY.
Sat, 07/21/2012