The 2016-2017 academic year is my fourth year as a PhD student at Harvard. I am supervised by Horng-Tzer Yau. My research is primarily in random matrix theory. I have been studying Dyson Brownian motion and its role in universality of the local spectral statistics of random matrix ensembles.

**Coordinates:** My office is 431h in the Science Center. My email is lastname at math.harvard.edu

- Z. Che and B. Landon. "Local spectral statistics of the addition of random matrices."
*preprint*, (2016). arXiv. - J. Huang, B. Landon, and H.-T. Yau. "Local law and mesoscopic fluctuations of Dyson Brownian motion for general beta and potential."
*preprint*, (2016). arXiv. - B. Landon, P. Sosoe and H.-T. Yau. "Fixed energy universality of Dyson Brownian motion."
*submitted*, (2016). arXiv. - J. Huang and B. Landon. "Spectral statistics of sparse Erdos-Renyi graph Laplacians."
*submitted*, (2015). arXiv. - B. Landon, J. Panangaden, A. Panati and J. Zwicker. "Reflection probabilities of one-dimensional Schrodinger operators and scattering theory."
*Annales Henri Poincaire*, to appear (2015). arXiv. - J. Huang, B. Landon and H.-T. Yau. "Bulk universality of sparse random matrices."
*J. Math. Phys.*, (2015). arXiv. - B. Landon and H.-T. Yau. "Convergence of local statistics of Dyson Brownian motion."
*Comm. Math Phys.*, to appear (2015). arXiv. - S. Chu, B. Landon and J. Panangaden. "Reflectionless CMV matrices and scattering theory."
*Lett. Math. Phys.*,**105**(4), 463-481, (2015). arXiv. - V. Jaksic, B. Landon and A. Panati. "A note on reflectionless Jacobi matrices."
*Comm. Math Phys.*,**332**(2), 827-838, (2014). arXiv. - I. Anapolitanos and B. Landon. "The ground state energy of the multipolaron in the strong coupling limit."
*Lett. Math. Phys.*,**103**(12), 1347-1366, (2013). arXiv. - V. Jaksic, B. Landon and C.-A. Pillet. "Entropic fluctuations in XY chains and reflectionless Jacobi matrices"
*Annales Henri Poincaire*,**14**(7), 1775-1800 (2013). arXiv. - B. Landon and R. Seiringer. "The scattering length at positive temperature."
*Lett. Math. Phys.*,**100**(3), 187-243 (2012). arXiv.

You can find my CV here.