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Organisiert von: Prof. Dr. Jean Bertoin, Prof. Dr. Erwin Bolthausen, Dr. Jiri Cerny, Prof. Dr. Freddy Delbaen, Prof. Dr. Ashkan Nikeghbali, Prof. Dr. Martin Schweizer, Prof. Dr. Alain-Sol Sznitman
MAT971Seminar über stochastische ProzesseMi17.15-19.00Y27H25FS 12
Modul:  MAT971  Seminar über stochastische Prozesse

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DatumTitelSprecher
22.02.12Solving the KPZ equationMartin Hairer
Mathematics Department, University of Warwick
29.02.12All order finite size corrections in Coulomb gasesGaëtan Borot
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics
01.03.12
Donnerstag
Probabilistic and Combinatorial Aspects of the Card-Cyclic to Random Insertion Shuffle
Änderung Zeit:15.15-16.15 Raum: ETH HG D 3.2
Ross Pinsky
Department of Mathematics, Technion
07.03.12Patterned Random MatricesRajat Subhra Hazra
Theoretical Statistics and Mathematics Unit, Indian Statistical Institute
13.03.12
Dienstag
Convergence to extremal processes in random environments
Raum: Y27H12
Adela Svejda
Institut für angewandte Mathematik, Universität Bonn
14.03.122D Classical Coulomb Gas and the Renormalized Energy
Änderung Zeit:16.00-17.00 Raum: Y27H12
Sylvia Serfaty
Courant Institute of Mathematical Science, New York University
14.03.12Universality and non-universality in deformed random matrix ensemblesAntti Knowles
Section of Mathematics, University of Geneva
28.03.12Tree-valued Markov processes arising in population geneticsPeter Pfaffelhuber
Mathematisches Institut, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität
04.04.12Suprema of certain Gaussian processesAdam Harper
Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge
18.04.12Quenched invariance principle for random walks and random divergence forms in random media on cones
Änderung Zeit:16.00-17.00 Raum: Y27H12
Takashi Kumagai
Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University
18.04.12Extensions of the BK inequalityRob van den Berg
Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, CWI
25.04.12Adaptive Dynamics in a stochastic multi-resources chemostat modelSylvie Méléard
Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées, Ecole Polytechnique
02.05.12The scaling limit of the minimum spanning tree of the complete graphChristina Goldschmidt
Dept. of Statistics, University of Oxford
09.05.12Swiss Probability Seminar
Raum: Uni Bern
   
16.05.12A panoramic view of the Uniform Infinite Planar QuadrangulationNicolas Curien
Equipe Probabilités et Statistique, Université Paris-Sud Orsay
23.05.12A trajectorial interpretation of entropy dissipation and a non-intrinsic Bakry-Emery criterionJoaquin Fontbona
Departamento de ingenieria matematica, Universidad de Chile
30.05.12On the homogenization of the heat equation with random coefficientsJean-Christophe Mourrat
Mathematics Department, ENS Lyon
06.06.12On the overlap of the Brownian polymerMichael Cranston
Department of Mathematics, University of California, Irvine
02.07.12
Montag
Effective Polynomial Ballisticity Condition for Random Walk in Random Environment in all Dimensions
Änderung Zeit:17.15-18.15 Raum: ETH HG G 19.2
Alexander Drewitz
Mathematisches Institut, Universität Köln
 
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