Ruth Williams is a Distinguished Professor in the Mathematics Department at the University of California, San Diego. She holds the Charles Lee Powell Chair in Mathematics I. For a short biosketch, click here.

Ruth Williams' research interests are in probability theory, stochastic processes and their applications. For a list of publications and some abstracts and (p)reprints, click here.

For information about courses Ruth Williams teaches at UCSD, click here.

For information on probability, stochastics and mathematics related seminars, click here.

Links to homepages of faculty whose research is in probability and related links.

Mathstorm is a group of mathematics department graduate students with faculty advisor, Sam Buss, who volunteer their time to assist researchers with mathematical problems. This service is free to the UCSD research community.

Web resources for graduate students and graduate advisors.

Activities for undergraduates and high school students interested in Mathematics.

Activities and articles on recent developments, applications and history of mathematics.

Links to resources featuring women in mathematics.

Information about upcoming conferences or workshops and homepages of past workshops.

Pointers to other home pages of possible interest.

UCSD, San Diego and Southern California Information pages.

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