I am an associate professor in the UCLA Mathematics Department. My research interests are in analysis, probability and ergodic theory.
Teaching in fall 2017: Math 254A: Entropy and ergodic theory.
Teaching in winter 2018: Math 254B: Entropy and ergodic theory, continued.Papers and preprints
Notes, book chapters and teaching materials
Link to MathSciNet
For students: I'm afraid I don't supervise summer research projects or internships, and I'm not part of a lab that has such positions.
I am currently participating in the boycott of journals published by Elsevier. For the time being I will not submit to any of their journals, nor serve in any editorial capacity. I will still consider requests to review. More information at thecostofknowledge.com.
Math Sciences Building, office 6232
UCLA Mathematics Department, Box 951555, Los Angeles CA 90095-1555, U.S.A.
tim AT math DOT ucla DOT edu