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Arturo Jaramillo Gil

Department of Mathematics
University of Kansas
1460 Jayhawk Blvd
Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7567


Contact information:

Office: 544 Snow Hall
Phone: 785-864-7115
Fax: (785) 864-5255


Course web pages:

             Math 127

Previous Courses:


My main areas of interest are stochastic analysis on Wiener space, limit theorems and fractional Brownian motion. My advisor is David Nualart.  See a more detailed description of my research interests here.

Curriculum Vitae:    

See my CV here.

Recent Presentations:

            See my recent presentations here.            


            O. Arizmendi, A. Jaramillo
            Convergence of the fourth moment and Infinite Divisibility: Quantitative Estimates. 
            Electronic Communications in Probability (2014) 19, 1-12.
            A. Jaramillo, D. Nualart
            Asymptotic properties of the derivative self-intersection local time of fractional Brownian motion.
            Stochastic Processes and Their Applicactions (2017) 127. 669-700.


            A. Jaramillo, D. Nualart. Functional limit theorem for the self-intersection local time of the fractional Brownian motion. Arxiv file.

Bachelor and Master Thesis:

            Master in Science Thesis.
            A. Jaramillo. Central Limit Theorems for Multiple Skorohod Integrals.
            Supervisor Jan Carlos Pardo Millán. Written in Spanish.
            Based on previous work elaborated by David Nualart  and Ivan Nourdin.