Li-Cheng Tsai, Ph.D.

Columbia University
Portrait photo Li-Cheng Tsai

Li-Cheng Tsai is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Mathematics at Columbia University, working with Professor Ivan Corwin. Tsai received his B.S. degree in Physics from National Taiwan University, and later received his Ph.D. degree in Mathematics from Stanford University, with Professor Amir Dembo being his thesis advisor.

Tsai’s research interests lie in probability theory. His graduate study ranges a series of topics on interacting particle systems, including characterizing the asymptotic fluctuation of systems in terms of stochastic partial differential equations, and pathwise construction of certain infinite dimensional systems with long-range and singular interactions. He was awarded the KITP Graduate Fellowship in 2016.

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