Office: DMF 435
Email: john DOT pike AT bridgew DOT edu
Dana Mohler-Faria Science & Mathematics Center, Room 431
24 Park Avenue
Bridgewater, MA 02325
I am currently an assistant professor at
Bridgewater State University and am serving as the graduate chair in
the math department.
Before coming to BSU, I was a postdoc at Cornell University, and before that I was at the University of Southern California where I received my PhD under the direction of Jason Fulman.
Additional information can be found in my C.V.
For the Spring 2019 semester, I will be teaching Math 110 (Elementary Statistics), Math 202 (Linear Algebra), and Math 261 (Multivariable Calculus).
My research is primarily concerned with probability theory and its applications. I am particularly interested in Markov chains defined on algebraic and combinatorial structures and in distributional approximation using Stein's method techniques.
Feel free to check out these papers for further details:
Those interested in an introduction to probability are welcome to look at my old notes for Elementary Probability, Probability Theory I, and Probability Theory II.