# Alexisz Gaál

I am fifth year PhD student at the Courant Institute. I am interested in probability theory, statistics, mathematical physics and neuroscience. This is my e-mail and PGP public key. My office number is 830.

I believe in the value of rigorous, proof based approach both in natural and social sciences, and I am particularly interested in natural science foundational research with mathematical approach based on first principals. Neural learning and machine learning techniques were one of the side interests in my PhD research.

## Teaching

### Mathematical Statistics, Spring 2019

Recitations take place Fridays 2pm to 3:15pm in WWH 201 for Thomas Leblé's class and 3:30pm to 4:45pm in WWH 312 for Yisong Yang's class. Please note that the two recitations are not completely interchangeable.

Office hours are Tuesdays 2pm to 3pm in WWH 805 and Fridays 5:15pm to 6:15pm in WWH 524. Please send me an email by end the of Monday if you'd like to come to the Tuesdays office hour.

Optional coding homework:
- A .cvs file with a list of 4000 zeros and ones was created using the Python 3 code. Here is a short description.

### Probability seminar (undergrad/master), Fall 2018

**Dates and location:** Mon. 6pm to 7:30pm (09/17 through 12/10) in WWH 805.

### Theory of Probability, Summer 2018

### Analysis, Spring 2017

Changes in the pdf's are shown in red.

### Mathematical Statistics, Spring 2017

### Stochastic Calculus, Summer 2016

## Research/Theses