Suffolk > Math/CS >JiangXinxin Jiang

Xinxin Jiang

Assistant Professor

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Contact Information

  • Office: 404 Fenton Hall
  • Address: 32 Derne Street, Boston, MA 02114
  • Phone: (617)573-8231
  • Email: jiang@mcs.suffolk.edu, xjiang@suffolk.edu.
  • Education

    Research Interests

  • Probability Theory (Central limit theorems with dependent structures and their applications)
  • Mathematical Finance (Security return modelling, option pricing)
  • Non-extensive Statistical Mechanics
  • Published Papers

    1. “On q-Gaussians and exchangeability,” with Marjorie Hahn and Sabir Umarov, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 43, (2010), 165208.
    2. “Testing serial non-independence by self-centering and self-normalizing,” with Marjorie Hahn, Statistics, 43, (2009), 315-328.
    3. “A self-normalized central limit theorem for rho-mixing stationary sequences”, with Marjorie Hahn; Statistics & Probability Letters, 78, (2008), 1541-1547.
    4. “Testing that marginal sequences of data are not independent via self-normalization,” Statistics, 41, (2007), 119-128.
    5.  “Central limit theorems for exchangeable random variables when limits are scale mixtures of normals”, with Marjorie Hahn; Journal of Theoretical Probability, 16, (2003), 543-571.
    6. “Empirical central limit theorems for exchangeable random variables”, with Marjorie Hahn; Statistics & Probability Letters, 59, (2002), 75-81.                                                           

    Courses Taught

  • Stats 240: Elementary Probability and Statistics
  • Math 130: Finite Mathematics
  • Math 134: Calculus for Management and Social Sciences
  • Math 255: Calculus Based Probability and Mathematical Statistics
  • Math 285: Discrete Math
  • Math 290: Financial Mathematics (I)
  • Math 341: Probability Theory
  • Math 342: Mathematical Statistics
  • Math 463: Real Analysis (II)
  • Math 510: Independent Study in Stochastic Processes
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