Purdue Probability Seminar, Fall 2020

Time: Wednesdays from 1:30-2:30pm (EST), unless otherwise noted.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, all talks will be held on Zoom.

Wednesday, September 9. Xiao Shen, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Coalescence estimates for the corner growth model with exponential weights
Wednesday, September 16. Yier Lin, Columbia University
Some recent progress about the large deviation of the KPZ equation
Wednesday, September 23. Ofer Busani, University of Bristol
Universality of geodesic tree in last passage percolation
Wednesday, September 30. Milind Hegde, University of California - Berkeley
Bootstrapping to optimal tail exponents in last passage percolation
Wednesday, October 7. Andrew Thomas, Purdue University
Functional strong laws of large numbers for Euler characteristic processes of extreme sample clouds
Wednesday, October 14. Nicolas Perkowski, Freie Universität Berlin
Mass asymptotics for the 2d parabolic Anderson model with white noise potential
Wednesday, October 21. Zachary Letterhos, Purdue University
Recurrence and Transience Criteria for Excited Random Walks with Infinite Cookie Stacks
Wednesday, October 21. Eulalia Nualart, Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
Non-existence of solutions to stochastic heat and wave equations
Wednesday, November 4. Diane Holcomb, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
The stochastic Airy operator and an interesting eigenvalue process
Wednesday, November 11. Clément Cosco, Weizmann Institute
Directed polymers on infinite graphs
Wednesday, November 18. Tom Mountford, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
Poisson Hail models and stability
Wednesday, December 2. Omer Bobrowski, Technion
Homological Percolation: The Formation of Giant k-Cycles
Questions or comments? Contact the organizer: Chris Janjigian.

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