I am an NSF postdoc at NYU Courant, sponsored by Jean-Christophe Mourrat and Yuri Bakhtin. I study problems in probability theory, partial differential equations, and applied math. I got my Ph.D. from Stanford in 2020, advised by Lenya Ryzhik.

- Invariant measures for stochastic conservation laws on the line (with Theodore D. Drivas, Cole Graham, Joonhyun La, and Lenya Ryzhik). Submitted, 2022. [arXiv]
- Fluctuations of the KPZ equation on a large torus (with Yu Gu and Tomasz Komorowski). Accepted at Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics. [arXiv]
- Local versions of sum-of-norms clustering (with Jean-Christophe Mourrat). Accepted at SIAM Journal on Mathematics of Data Science (SIMODS). [arXiv]
- A quenched local limit theorem for stochastic flows (with Yu Gu). Journal of Functional Analysis
**282**(2022), no. 6, 109372. [arXiv, doi] - Sum-of-norms clustering does not separate nearby balls (with Jean-Christophe Mourrat). Submitted, 2021. [arXiv]
- A forward-backward SDE from the 2D nonlinear stochastic heat equation
(with Yu Gu). Annals of Probability
**50**(2022), no. 3, pp. 1204–1253. [arXiv, doi] - Viscous shock solutions to the stochastic Burgers equation (with Lenya Ryzhik). Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis
**242**(2021), no. 2, pp. 937–971. [arXiv, doi] - The continuum parabolic Anderson model with a half-Laplacian and periodic noise. Electronic Communications in Probability
**25**(2020), paper no. 64. [arXiv, doi] - Existence of stationary stochastic Burgers evolutions on \(\mathbf{R}^2\) and \(\mathbf{R}^3\). Nonlinearity
**33**(2020), no. 12, pp. 6480–6501. [arXiv, doi] - Stationary solutions to the stochastic Burgers equation on the line (with Cole Graham and Lenya Ryzhik). Communications in Mathematical Physics
**382**(2021), no. 2, pp. 875–949. [arXiv, doi] - Tightness of Liouville first passage percolation for \(\gamma\in (0,2)\)
(with Jian Ding, Julien Dubédat, and Hugo Falconet). Publications Mathématiques de l'IHÉS
**132**(2020), pp. 353–403. [arXiv, doi] - Subsequential scaling limits for Liouville graph distance
(with Jian Ding). Communications in Mathematical Physics
**376**(2020), pp. 1499–1572. [arXiv, doi] - Fluctuations of the solutions to the KPZ equation in dimensions three and higher
(with Yu Gu, Lenya Ryzhik, and Ofer Zeitouni). Probability Theory and Related Fields
**176**(2020), no. 3–4, pp. 1217–1258. [arXiv, doi] - Constructing a solution of the \((2+1)\)-dimensional KPZ equation
(with Sourav Chatterjee). Annals of Probability
**48**(2020), no. 2, pp. 1014–1055. [arXiv, doi] - The random heat equation in dimensions three and higher: the homogenization viewpoint
(with Yu Gu, Lenya Ryzhik, and Ofer Zeitouni). Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis
**242**(2021), no. 2, pp. 827–873. [arXiv, doi] - Liouville first-passage percolation: subsequential scaling limit at high temperature
(with Jian Ding). Annals of Probability
**47**(2019), no. 2, pp. 690–742. [arXiv, doi] - Expected regularized total variation of Brownian motion. Unpublished. [arXiv]

- Curiosity-Based Biophysics Projects in a High School Setting with Graduate Student Mentorship (Cooper J Galvin,
Katherine N. Liu,
Andrew S. Kennard,
Sahil K. Tembulkar,
Alexander Dunlap,
Tao A. G. Large,
Thao Pham,
Derek Le,
Aurora Alvarez-Buylla,
Helen Nguyen,
Ezequiel Ponce,
Sophia Tran,
Nikki Nguyen,
Christina Ngo,
Christina Tran,
Gabriela Huynh,
Patrick Allamandola,
Zev Bryant). The Biophysicist
**2**(2021), no. 1. [doi]

- A forward-backward SDE from the 2D nonlinear stochastic heat equation at the Junior Integrable Probability Seminar, December 2020
- Stationary and shock solutions for the stochastic Burgers equation at the Stanford Probability Seminar, June 2020
- Constructing (2+1)-dimensional KPZ evolutions at the BIRS workshop Interacting Particle Systems and Parabolic PDEs, August 2018

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- Fall 2022: MATH-UA 262 Ordinary Differential Equations
- Spring 2022: MATH-UA 233 Theory of Probability
- Fall 2021: MATH-UA 120 Discrete Mathematics

- Email: alexander DOT dunlap AT cims DOT nyu DOT edu.
- Office: WWH 1007.
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- Pronouns: he/him