Prof. Manfred Denker

Mathematics Department
Penn State University
McAllister Room 230
State College, PA 16802

e-mail: denker@math.psu.edu



COURSES in FALL 2014:











PAST TEACHING:


Spring 2014: 231H Honors Calculus III (Honor Calculus of Several Variables)
Spring 2014: 519 Topics in Stochastic Processes
Fall 2013: 230H Vector Calculus
Spring 2013: 597C Random Fields
Spring 2013: 312H Concepts of Real Analysis
Fall 2012: 501 Complex and Real Analysis
Spring 2012: 251H Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
Fall 2011: MATH 311 Discrete Mathematics
Spring 2011: MATH/STAT 519 Financial Mathematics and Stochastic Calculus
Fall 2010: 403 Classical Analysis
Fall 2010: 418 Probability
Spring 2010: 312 Concepts of Real Analysis Sections 002 and 003
Spring 2010: 416 Stochastic Modeling
Fall 2009: 519 Stochastic Processes
Spring 2009: 418 Probability
Spring 2009: 517 Probability Theory
Fall 2008: 416 Stochastic Modeling

BOOKS:
1. Einführung in die Analysis dynamischer Systeme. [Introduction to the analysis of dynamical systems] Springer-Lehrbuch. [Springer Textbook] Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2005, 285pp.
2. Introductory Statistics and Random Phenomena: Uncertainty, Complexity and Chaotic Behavior in Engineering and Science. (with W.A. Woyczynski, and Mathematica Uncertain Virtual Worlds by B. Ycart), Birkhäuser-Boston, 1998, 508pp.) web site
3. Asymptotic statistics. (with R. Bhattacharya) DMV Seminar, 14. Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel, 1990, 122pp.
4. Asymptotic distribution theory in nonparametric statistics. Advanced Lectures in Mathematics. Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn, Braunschweig, 1985, 200pp.
5. Ergodic theory on compact spaces. (with C. Grillenberger, K. Sigmund) Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Vol. 527. Springer-Verlag, Berlin-New York, 1976. 360 pp.

RESEARCH:
Research Topics: Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes, Ergodic Theory, Nonparametric Statistics, Complex Dynamics, Thermodynamic Formalism, Fractal Analysis
Publications: publications

PhD STUDENTS:
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