Project level: PhD, Masters, Honours, Summer

Many real-world quantitative problems are solved nowadays through Monte Carlo methods: that is, through random experiments on a computer. Theoretical and experimental research into advanced Monte Carlo methods is booming, and is of great importance to applications in science, engineering, finance, and statistics. Our research group is at the forefront of research (word-wide) in this area.
If you are interested in learning and further developing Monte Carlo methods, please come and have a chat with me, and we may work out a specific project that is suited to you.
See also monte carlo handbook website.

Project members

Professor Dirk Kroese

School of Mathematics and Physics