5th year Ph.D. Student
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
bezemek [at] bu [dot] edu
Office: MCS B25B
I am a fifth year Ph.D. Student in mathematics at Boston University. My advisor is Konstantinos Spiliopoulos. My research lies in the areas of stochastic processes, probability, and applied mathematics. I am currently working on topics including: asymptotic problems for interacting particle systems, McKean-Vlasov processes, large deviations, multiscale methods, importance sampling techniques and numerical rare event analysis, metastability analysis of dynamical systems, partial differential equations, optimal transport, and mean field control problems.
I completed a BS in Mathematics at Michigan State University in 2018 with a double major in Japanese.
Publications and Preprints
Large deviations for interacting multiscale particle systems Joint work with Konstantinos Spiliopoulos. 2020. To appear in Stochastic Processes and their Applications.
Rate of homogenization for fully-coupled McKean-Vlasov SDEs Joint work with Konstantinos Spiliopoulos. 2022. To appear in Stochastics and Dynamics.
Moderate deviations for fully-coupled multiscale weakly interacting particle systems Joint work with Konstantinos Spiliopoulos. Preprint 2022. Submitted.
Importance sampling for the empirical measure of weakly interacting diffusions Joint work with Max Heldman. 2022.
MA242 Linear Algebra (Summer 2019 Session 2)
MA583 Intro to Stochastic Processes (Spring 2022)
MA123 Calc II (Fall 2021)
MA123 Calc I (Spring 2021)
MA123 Calc I (Fall 2020)
MA116 Stats II (Spring 2020)
MA123 Calc I (Fall 2019)