Rinaldo Schinazi  
Professor Department of Mathematics Office: EAS 276
Spring 2014 Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 11:0011:45 or by appointment rschinaz "at" uccs "dot" edu 


Teaching 
Research Ph.D. in Statistics, University of Sao Paulo, 1988.
Have been at UCCS since 1991.
Professeur at the Universite de Provence (Marseille, France) in 20012003 



Archived lectures: My courses MATH 341, 431, 432/532 and 533 have been videotaped and archived. Here is the textbook information. MATH 341 and 431. I used my own book: From Calculus to Analysis, Birkhauser (2011).
MATH 432/532:Real anaysis and Foundations by S. Krantz (second edition) . MATH 533: Real Analysis by G. Folland (second edition). World Health Organization infant mortality data World Health Organization complete data set
Random stuff Should I be tested for cancer? by Gilbert Welch

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Books: 1. Classical and spatial stochastic processes, Birkhauser 1999. This book starts with classical
stochastic processes (random walks, birth and death chains,
branching
processes) and then introduces the reader to some spatial processes
such as percolation, cellular automaton, contact process. This is
intended to be a short and elementary introduction to a difficult
subject. I have been using this as a textbook at
the senior undergraduate and beginning graduate level. 2. Probability with
statistical applications, Birkhauser 2001. This book grew out of notes for a first one semester course in probability and statistics. The focus is on fundamental examples and concepts. The number of topics is small in order to concentrate on what I think are the fundamental ideas of the subject. 3. From Calculus to Analysis, Birkhauser 2011. The first 4 chapters of this book deal with the tools and concepts of Calculus that are most useful in Analysis. The last 5 chapters are devoted to elementary classical analysis. Research interests: I use probability models to investigate questions in population biology.

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