Mathematical Physics, Integrable Systems, Stochastic Processes
Ron Nissim is a first year PhD student in the Mathematics Department at MIT. He graduated with a BA in Mathematics from NYU in 2022, where he was advised by Percy Deift. During his time at NYU he was awarded the Mathematics Award (2021) and the Hollis Cooley Memorial Prize (2022), which are offered to undergraduate students by the Courant Institute.
He is broadly interested in probability, analysis, and problems arising from mathematical physics. Recently he has been studying integrable systems such as the NLS and KdV equations, as well as asymptotic analysis for formulas arising from interacting particle system models such as TASEP.