Tusheng Zhang

Professor of Stochastic Analysis

I like interacting with students, it is a pleasure to provide them with the knowledge I have.

 

How would you summarise your research?

My research is concerned with systems affected by random variations and uncertainties. My areas of interest are short time asymptotics and the long time behaviour of these systems.

My research explores the rich link between probability, stochastic processes and analysis; analytical problems can be solved by probabilistic methods, with properties of stochastic processes investigated using analytical tools.

What do you enjoy most about teaching?

I like interacting with students, it is a pleasure to provide them with the knowledge I have.

How do you make your teaching up-to-date, innovative and inspirational?

I constantly update class learning resources, taking into account any new development in the area and incorporating student's feedback.

What do you enjoy most about research?

The final, new outcome.

How long have you been at the School? What keeps you there?

I've been at the School for 13 years, the pleasant working environment keeps me here.

When a student completes their course, what for you are the measures of success?

That they leave equipped with the knowledge needed for the future development of their career.



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