Institute of Mathematics

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Journées Cartes

12.06 - 13.06.2023

Organized by: J. Bertoin



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Random geometry has emerged as a pivotal area in probability theory, encompassing the study of diverse
geometric models ranging from fixed lattices, such as percolation and the Ising model, to the theory of random graphs, trees, maps, and their continuous limits. This interdisciplinary field lies at the confluence of probability theory, combinatorics, and theoretical physics, stimulating fruitful interactions among researchers from these domains. In particular, the study of planar maps, which are graphs drawn on a sphere, has long been of interest
in both combinatorics and theoretical physics, specifically in the context of two-dimensional quantum gravity. Recently, random geometry methods have also been utilized to explore properties of hyperbolic geometry.
This workshop aims to bring together experts in random geometry, fostering the exchange of insights and open problems, and encouraging interdisciplinary interactions.

Organizers

Nicolas Curien, Université Paris-Sud Orsay
Jean-François Le Gall, Université Paris-Saclay
Grégory Miermont, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Armand Riera, LPSM Sorbonne Université

Local organizers

Jean Bertoin
Franziska Robmann

This workshop is financially supported by the SNF project 200020B_188693/1

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