I am an Associate Professor in School of Mathematics at Georgia Tech.

Office: 235A Skiles
Email: mdamron6
Phone: 4311



Published papers

Notes from courses

Order our first-passage percolation book.

Preprints / In progress
(with D. Harper) Non-optimality of invaded geodesics in 2D critical first-passage percolation. arXiv
(with J. Hanson and W.-K. Lam) Universality for the time constant in 2D critical first-passage percolation. arXiv
(with A. Sen) Zero-temperature Glauber dynamics on the 3-regular tree and the median process. arXiv
(with B. Bock) The acceptance profile of invasion percolation at p_c in two dimensions. arXiv
(with J. Fickenscher) The number of ergodic measures for transitive shifts with the regular bispecial condition. arXiv
(with M. Bernstein and T. Greenwood) Sublinear variance in Euclidean first-passage percolation. arXiv
(with B. Bock, C. Newman, and V. Sidoravicius) Percolation of finite clusters and existence of infinite shielded paths. arXiv

Unpublished notes/papers
Recent work on chemical distance in critical percolation. arXiv
(with J. Hanson and P. Sosoe) On the chemical distance in critical percolation II. arXiv

Upcoming talks/travel
Jan. - AMS joint math meetings, Denver
Feb. - Probability seminar, University of Utah
Mar. - Combinatorics and probability seminar, University of Illinois, Chicago
Apr. - AMS sectional meeting, Purdue University
Apr. - Probability seminar, Indiana University

Co-organizer: Math Research Communities, Rhode Island, Summer 2019
Co-organizer: Recent Trends in Continuous and Discrete Probability, GaTech, 2018.
Co-organizer: AMS special session, Atlanta, Jan. 2017
Co-organizer: AMS Joint Math Meetings short course on random growth models, Atlanta, Jan. 2017.
Co-organizer: AIM workshop, first-passage percolation and related models, Aug. 2015
Co-organizer: Seymour Sherman conference, Indiana, May 2015
Co-organizer: AMS special session, Michigan State, Apr. 2015

Past postdocs: Xuan Wang, Jack Hanson, Gerandy Brito

Current Ph.D. students: David Harper
Past Ph.D. students: Wai-Kit Lam Bounghun Bock

Grants - My work is currently supported by
NSF CAREER grant -- Distances in random media