Zachary James McNulty




Probability Seminar



I am a 4th-year PhD student in the math department at UC Berkeley and am broadly interested in the fields of probability theory, machine learning, and their applications to biology. Currently, I am advised by Steve Evans and am researching the Doob-Martin boundaries of uniformly generated d-ary trees.

Prior to my PhD, I was an undergraduate in the mathematics department at University of Washington (Seattle) where I worked under Eric Shea-Brown.

Beyond mathematics, I enjoy biking throughout San Francisco, reading nonfiction, and most of all climbing at many of the wonderful crags around the bay.

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