Brent M. Werness

About Me

I am a Research Associate and NSF postdoctoral fellow at the University of Washington working in probability. I earned my PhD at the University of Chicago under Greg Lawler. My office is Padelford C–342, and I may be emailed at .

My primary research interests are Schramm-Loewner Evolutions and related processes such as conformal loop ensembles, and the Gaussian free field. I also study the many interactions between these objects and other fields in analysis, probability, physics, and computer science. Preprints and publications are listed under Publications. Additionally, you may find interactive illustrations related to my research written in Processing on the Code page. My CV is available here.