
Prof. Sergei Zuyev


Mathematical Sciences 

+46 (0)31 772 3020 

+46 (0)31 16 1973 

sergei [dot] zuyev [at] chalmers [dot] se 
My main areas of research include stochastic geometry, point processes, stochastic optimisation, modelling and critical behaviour of large systems, i.e. what is called applied probability. Some recent advances I contributed to in these areas were presented as a course Measures Everywhere at the 25th Finnish Summer Probability School in June 2003. Follow Download link for the slides. And here you will find a video of my talk which I gave on the 9th of April 2010 at Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK, on advanced Stability notion in Probability. For the last decade I have been involved in modelling telecommunications systems  the background you see is what we consider to be a stochastic model for a network's topology. Click here if you want to know more. If you are a student at Chalmers, you might be interested in the
courses I give  see Teaching section. You
can find me in MV:L3031 office to speak to me personally.
And many thanks to my son Denis for the design of this webpage! 