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Gergely obtained his BSc in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Sheffield in 2017 after which he went on to study Pure Mathematics at Imperial College London. He joined King’s in 2019 as a PhD student to work under the supervision of Professor Markus Riedle.


Stochastic analysis for cylindrical Levy processes

Research interests

  • Stochastic analysis in infinite dimensional spaces
  • Levy processes
  • Random measures
  • Probability theory in Banach spaces

PhD supervision

Principal supervisor: Professor Markus Riedle

Further information

Research profile