I'm a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Mathematics Department of Stanford University, advised by Lenya Ryzhik. I am interested in stochastic processes and applied math, in particular stochastic partial differential equations and Liouville quantum gravity. Before coming to Stanford I did my undergraduate work at the University of Chicago. I am grateful for the support of the National Science Foundation through a Graduate Research Fellowship.

- Sourav Chatterjee and Alexander Dunlap. Constructing a solution of the (2+1)-dimensional KPZ equation.
- Alexander Dunlap, Yu Gu, Lenya Ryzhik, and Ofer Zeitouni. The random heat equation in dimensions three and higher: the homogenization viewpoint.
- Jian Ding and Alexander Dunlap. Liouville first-passage percolation: subsequential scaling limit at high temperature. Annals of Probability, in press.
- Alexander Dunlap. Expected Regularized Total Variation of Brownian Motion.

Some mathematical visualizations (require a reasonably modern browser, e.g. an updated version of Chrome or Firefox):

*Spring 2019: TA for Math 63CM "Modern Mathematics: Continuous Methods."**Winter 2019: CA for Math 104 "Applied Matrix Theory."*- Summer 2018, Winter 2018, Summer 2017: CA for the real analysis part of Math 382 "Qualifying Examination Seminar."
- Fall 2017: TA for Math 61CM "Modern Mathematics: Continuous Methods."
- Winter 2017: CA for Math 205B "Real Analysis."
- Fall 2016: TA for Math 41 "Calculus (Accelerated)."

- I am an organizer of the Stanford Math Directed Reading Program. (The link has more information and how to apply.)
- I am involved as a mentor with Stanford FAST.

- Email: apply the permutation (1 5 2 4 3) to the list of words "edu DOT ajdunl2 stanford AT".
- Address: Department of Mathematics, Stanford University, 450 Serra Mall, Building 380, Stanford, CA 94305.
- Office: 380-J.
- on GitHub.
- on Math Stack Exchange.
- Unlike a former Stanford student whose name is the same as mine, I am extremely bad at baseball.

- BRISS is a fantasic little piece of software for trimming the huge margins off of PDF files for printing or e-reading.