I am an Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics at Brown University.
Previously, I was a C.L.E. Moore instructor and an NSF postdoctoral fellow in the Mathematics department at MIT. I completed my PhD at Princeton University under the supervision of Ramon van Handel, and received my B.Sc. from MIT.
Email: Yair_Shenfeld AT Brown.edu
Office: 182 George Street, Room 228.
I work in high-dimensional probability and its interactions with analysis, geometry, and mathematical physics. My current research interests include stochastic analysis and functional inequalities, optimal transport, and renormalization group methods. I am also interested in extremal problems in convex geometry. See my publications for details.