Probability at LSU spans a wide spectrum of interests. To mention just a few topics: stochastic analysis and stochastic differential equations, computations aspects, infinite dimensional probability measures, stochastic ideas and techniques in mathematical physics, finance, and machine learning.
Interested faculty include George Cochran, Guillermo Ferreyra, Arnab Ganguly, Hui-Hsiung Kuo, Jimmie Lawson, Karl Mahlburg, Ambar Sengupta, P. Sundar, Xiaoliang Wan and Hongchao Zhang. Others with interest in probability theory include Jian Zhang in Computer Science, and Bin Li in Experimental Statistics.
Past graduates include Irina Holmes who wrote her dissertation on the Gaussian Radon transform in 2014.