Probability and Statistics

Welcome to Probability and Statistics

We are in the Department of Mathematics in the School of Mathematical & Physical Sciences.

General enquiries

Prof Enrico Scalas, contact details and profile

Main office postal address

Main office postal address
Probability & Statistics research group
c/o School Office (Room 3A20),
School of Mathematical & Physical Sciences,
Pevensey 2 Building,

University of Sussex Falmer,
Brighton BN1 9QH, UK.

E mps@sussex.ac.uk
T 01273 877345

Information for Visitors

Directions to the University http://www.sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/findus

Campus map Probability & Statistics faculty are in Pevensey-3 Building, marked as 26, to the west of the Science Car park, Car Park no. 1, as shown on the campus map.

Visitors arriving by car Park in any campus carpark.  The Science car park, car park no. 1 is nearest to Pevensey-3 building.  Ask your host, or the School Office (main entrance foyer, Pevensey-2 building, shown as 50 on the campus map), for a parking voucher to display in your windscreen.  Please do not use the "Visitor's car park" as this is password protected.

Want to study for a PhD with this research team?

See the vacancies tab.

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Account of Probability@Sussex

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@Di_SPACE_Lauro Final remark: heuristics and MC simulations help in formulating the correct conjectures to be proven later. (5/5 end)

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