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Geometry and Analysis of Random Processes

UK Probability Easter Meeting 2013

Supported by EPSRC, ESF esf and DPMMS

8 - 12 April 2013, Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Mini Courses

Omer Angel (UBC) : Domain Markov half planar maps and percolation
Martin Hairer (Warwick) : Renormalisation of stochastic PDEs
Grégory Miermont (ENS, Lyon) : Random planar maps
Ofer Zeitouni (Weizmann Institute and Minnesota) : Branching random walks and the Gaussian  free field


Alison Etheridge (Oxford), Modelling Natural Selection
Peter Friz (Berlin), Some aspects of stochastic area
Christina Goldschmidt (Oxford), The scaling limit of the minimum spanning tree of the complete graph
Wilfrid Kendall (Warwick), Google maps and improper Poisson line processes
Andreas Kyprianou (Bath), Censored Stable Processes
Ioan Manolescu (Geneva), The endpoint of self-avoiding walk delocalizes
Jason Miller (MIT), SLE and the Gaussian free field
Oliver Riordan (Oxford), Local limit theorems for giant components
Perla Sousi (Cambridge), Hunter, Cauchy Rabbit and Optimal Kakeya Sets
Balint Toth (Bristol), Superdiffusive CLT for periodic Lorentz gas in the Boltzmann-Grad regime

Graduate/Post Graduate Talks

Jiarui Cao (University of Warwick), Condensation in the Totally Asymmetric Inclusion Process
Sean Ledger (University of Oxford), SPDEs from Large Portfolio Credit Modelling
Maren Eckhoff (University of Bath), The strong law of large numbers for superdiffusions
Paul Chleboun (University of Warwick), Time scale separation and dynamic heterogeneity in the low temperature East model
Marion Hesse (University of Bath), Branching Brownian motion in a strip: Survival near criticality
Ed Mottram (University of Cambridge), Percolation with constant freezing
Gourab Ray (University of British Columbia), Large unicellular maps in high genus

Conference Dinner:

The conference dinner will take place at 7.30pm in The Hall, King's College on Thursday 11th April. If you wish to attend the conference dinner and have not registered please do as soon as possible. A contribution to the cost of the dinner will be £25.00 (payable online, further details to follow). The dinner menu can be viewed here.


Registration has now closed. Any enquiries please contact the conference office, telephone 01223 337958.


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