Short Vita : Jay S. Rosen

The City University of New York

The College of Staten Island

Mathematics Department 1S215
2800 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10314

Professional Preparation

B.A., Mathematics, Harvard University, 1970.

Ph.D., Mathematics, Princeton University, 1974.


The College of Staten Island, CUNY and the CUNY Graduate Center, Professor 1986-present.

University of Massachusetts, Assistant Professor, 1976-82, Associate Professor, 1982-87.

Rockefeller University, Research Associate, 1974-76.

Visiting Positions

Harry D. Pierce Visiting Professorship - Technion (Israel Institute of Technology), 1984.

Lady Davis Fellowship - (Hebrew University), 1993.


Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.

Special Invited Paper in the Annals of Probability, 1992.

Séminaire Bourbaki `Problemes de recouvrement et points exceptionnels pour la marche aléatoire et le mouvement brownien, d'apres Dembo, Peres, Rosen et Zeitouni' , 57ème année, no. 951, delivered by Zhan Shi, Juin 25, 2005, Paris.

Recent Special Lectures

Invited talk at the International Conference on Stochastic Analysis and Its Applications. University of Washington, 2006.

A series of three talks on Markov local times and Gaussian processes, Columbia University, 2005.

Invited talk at the Conference on Martingales, Potential Theory and Stochastic Analysis. University of Florida. 2005.

Invited talk at the Conference on Probability and Statistics. Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Budapest, Hungary, 2004.

Invited talk at the 6'th World Congress of the Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability. University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2004.

Professional Service

Associate Editor - Annals of Probability, 1997-98.

Co-organizer of workshop and session on Fine Properties of Stochastic Processes, MSRI, Berkeley, Ca., March 15 - May 15, 1998.

Co-organizer of the probability group and the weekly Probability Seminar at the CUNY Graduate Center.

Co-organizer of the Northeast Probability Seminar, an annual meeting funded by the NSF.

Ph.d. Student

Dr. Greg Markowsky, 2006.

Book : Markov Processes, Gaussian Processes and Local Times