School of Mathematics

Georgia Institute of Technology

686 Cherry Street

Atlanta, GA 30332

Office: Skiles 024

E-mail Address: bernstein [at] math [dot] gatech [dot] edu

About:

I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Georgia Tech.

Research:

I
study combinatorics and probability. My work includes finding the
mixing times of random walks on the symmetric group and more general
Markov chains.

On sampling graphical Markov models with Prasad Tetali, arxiv

Cutoff for random to random card shuffle with Evita Nestoridi, arxiv

A random walk on the symmetric group generated by random involutions, arxiv

Likelihood orders for some random walks on the symmetric group, arxiv

Teaching:

Math 4221-A Fall 2017, Stocastic Processes

Math 4032-A Spring 2017, Combinatorial Analysis

Math 1552-G Fall 2016, Integral Calculus

Math 3012-K Spring 2016, Applied Combinatorics
Math 4221-A Fall 2017, Stocastic Processes

Math 4032-A Spring 2017, Combinatorial Analysis

Math 1552-G Fall 2016, Integral Calculus

Handouts from Stanford's Math 51 Winter 2014