Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice in Mathematics
Eric Endo is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice in Mathematics at NYU Shanghai. Endo holds a double PhD degree, one in Applied Mathematics at University of São Paulo and one in Mathematics at University of Groningen. His PhD thesis received the Cum Laude distinction at University of Groningen. He was a Postdoctoral Instructor at NYU Shanghai until 2021.
Endo’s general interests are in classical statistical mechanics. He currently works in the spin system, such as ferromagnetic Ising models in a family of regular two-body interactions, e.g., nearest-neighbor and long-range. He is also interested in combinatorics and probability, such as random graphs, cluster expansion, and thermodynamic formalism. His publications have appeared in leading journals, such as Communication in Mathematical Physics, Annales Henri Poincaré, Nonlinearity, Stochastic Processes and their Applications.
E.R. Beltrán, R. Bissacot, E.O. Endo. Infinite DLR Measures and Volume-Type Phase Transitions on Countable Markov Shifts. Nonlinearity. 34, Issue 7, p. 4819–4843, 2021.
E.O. Endo, D. Valesin. Local limits of spatial Gibbs random graphs. ALEA, Lat. Am. J. Probab. Math. Stat. 17: 51–63, 2020.
R. Bissacot, E.O. Endo, A.C.D. van Enter, A. Le Ny. Entropic repulsion and lack of the g-measure property for Dyson models. Communications in Mathematical Physics, 363, Issue 3: 767–788, 2018.
R. Bissacot, E.O. Endo, A.C.D. van Enter, B. Kimura, W. Ruszel. Contour methods for long-range Ising models: weakening nearest-neighbor interactions and adding decaying fields. Annales Henri Poincaré, 19, Issue 8: 2557–2574, 2018.
R. Bissacot, E.O. Endo, A.C.D. van Enter. Stability of the Phase Transition of Critical-Field Ising Model on Cayley Trees under Inhomogeneous External Fields. Stochastic Processes and their Applications, 107, Issue 12: 4126–4138, 2017.
PhD, Applied Mathematics Institute of Mathematics and Statistics, University of São Paulo - Brazil
PhD, Mathematics Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Groningen - the Netherlands
Master’s, Mathematics Institute of Mathematics and Statistics, University of São Paulo - Brazil