## Şefika Kuzgun

Ph.D. Student, GTA

University of Kansas, Department of Mathematics

E-mail: sefika.kuzgun@ku.edu

I am a PhD student at the University of Kansas, Department of Mathematics. My research interests lie on Probability&Analysis. I use Stochastic Analysis and techniques from Malliavin Calculus to obtain results in the context of Stochastic Partial Differential Equations.

My advisor is Professor David Nualart. Here is my curriculum vitae.

I am organizing Graduate Student Probability Seminar. For the list of the talks, see Graduate Student Probability Seminar .

- S. Kuzgun and D. Nualart (2020): Feynman-Kac formula for iterated derivatives of the parabolic Anderson model.
*Submitted.*Pdf - S. Kuzgun and D. Nualart (2019): Rate of Convergence in the Breuer-Major Theorem via Chaos Expansions.
*Stochastic Analysis and Applications.*Pdf

- Upcoming

August 2-August 6, 2021 Gaussian Random Fields, Fractals, SPDEs, and Extremes, University of Alabama in Huntsville

- Past

August 24-August 28, 2020 Bernoulli-IMS One World Symposium, online

July 20-July 24, 2020 Summer School on PDE and Randomness, One World Probability Seminar, online

March 4-March 7, 2020 Seminar on Stochastic Processes, Michigan State University

- Honors Calculus II - all information can be found on Blackboard.

I solved couple of examples for Calculus I Gateway Exam, you can watch them via this link.

I am the president of Association for Women in Mathematics KU Student Chapter this semester. We are holding zoom seminars of the AWM Student Chapter at KU on Tuesdays at 4pm CT. If you are interested in joining us, please send us an e-mail.

Here is a list of some helpful links:

- Women in Probability
- Advice for Probability Graduate Students
- Online Research Seminars
- Stochastic Analysis under Covid
- Malliavin-Stein Approach