Alexander Belton supervises 1 postgraduate research students. If these students have produced research profiles, these are listed below:
Student research profiles
I am keen to supervise PhD students who wish to work in the field of non-commutative probability. Topics of particular interest to me include the theory of quantum random walks, non-commutative stopping times and non-standard forms of probabilistic independence.
The majority of my research takes place within the field of quantum probability, a branch of mathematics which involves functional analysis, probability theory and quantum mechanics. At present I am investigating Feynman-Kac perturbations of quantum dynamical semigroups, the general theory of quantum random walks and the theory of non-commutative stopping times.
I also have a strong interest in the classical theory of stochastic processes and its applications to financial mathematics.
Recently I have started a new research theme, in the area of matrix positivity.
Research output: Working paper
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article
Activity: External academic engagement › Membership of peer review panel or committee
Activity: Editorial work or peer review of publications › Publication peer-review
Activity: Conference participation › Participation in conference