July 2016, Alter Markt, Bielefeld, Germany.

Does Bielefeld exist?

Joe P. Chen

Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
Colgate University


B.S. '06, Yale College
M.S. '10, Ph.D. '13, Cornell University

Curriculum vitae (pdf)

Research interests: Probability, Analysis and Mathematical Physics on graphs, resistance spaces, and metric measure spaces, such as fractals.

Most recently I have been studying the scaling limits of discrete stochastic processes which are many-particle extensions of the (simple) random walk process, such as the exclusion process, sandpile models, and internal diffusion-limited aggregation, on weighted graphs.

All of my research papers can be found on the arXiv.

For more details please visit my research page.

6th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals (June 13-17, 2017). Registration is open!

Teaching (Spring '17): MATH 113 - Multivariable Calculus (Sections A & B), and MATH 313 - Functions of a Complex Variable.

For more details please visit my teaching page.