Celebratio Mathematica

Kai Lai Chung

Probability

Students

Warren Hirsch :On the maximum cumulative sum of independent random variables New York University, Ph.D. 1952
Cyrus Derman :Some contributions to Markov-chain theory Columbia University, Ph.D. 1954
Rafael Van Severen Chacon :Some theorems on continuous-parameter Markov chains Syracuse University, Ph.D. 1956
William Edwin Pruitt :Bilateral birth and death processes Stanford University, Ph.D. 1960
Norman Jay Pullman :On the number of positive entries in the powers of a non-negative matrix Syracuse University, Ph.D. 1962
Naresh Chandra Jain :Some limit theorems for a general Markov process Stanford University, Ph.D. 1965
Arthur Orr Pittenger :Boundary decomposition of Markov processes Stanford University, Ph.D. 1967
Robert Thomas Smythe :Local time at boundary atoms of a Markov chain Stanford University, Ph.D. 1969
Michael Warner Chamberlain :Markov chains and boundary conditions Stanford University, Ph.D. 1971
Christopher Harry Nevison :Some potentials of Markov processes without duality Stanford University, Ph.D. 1974
John Michael Steele :Combinatorial entropy and uniform limit laws Stanford University, Ph.D. 1975
Ruth Jeannette Williams :Brownian motion in a wedge with oblique reflection at the boundary Stanford University, Ph.D. 1983
Elton Pei Hsu :Reflecting Brownian motion, boundary local time and the Neumann problem Stanford University, Ph.D. 1984
Ming Liao :Riesz representation and duality of Markov processes Stanford University, Ph.D. 1985
Vassilis-George Papanicolaou :The probabilistic solution of the third boundary-value problem for the Schrödinger equation and its path-integral representation Stanford University, Ph.D. 1988