Purdue Probability Seminar, Spring 2021

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, February 3. Chris Janjigian, Purdue University
Tails of the empirical distribution on a geodesic in first-passage percolation.
Wednesday, February 10. Tom Alberts, University of Utah
Loewner Dynamics for the Multiple SLE(0) Process
Wednesday, February 17. Xuan Wu, University of Chicago Time: 9:00-10:00 AM
Tightness and Brownian regularity for the KPZ line ensemble.
Wednesday, February 24. Jonathan Peterson, Purdue University
Limiting distributions for Random Walks in Cooling Random Environments – the ballistic, stable regime.
Wednesday, March 3. Chiara Franceschini, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa
The symmetric inclusion process: some properties and scaling limit
Wednesday, March 10. Hong-Bin Chen, Courant Institute, New York University
Dynamic polymers: invariant measures and ordering by noise
Wednesday, March 17. Swee Hong Chan, University of California, Los Angeles
Performing random walks without any randomness
Wednesday, March 24. Daniel Slonim, Purdue University
Random Walks in Dirichlet Random Environments with Bounded Jumps
Wednesday, April 14. Mackenzie Simper, Stanford University
Induced Probability Distributions on Double Cosets
Wednesday, April 21. Xiaomin Song, Drexel University
Spatial averages for the Parabolic Anderson model driven by rough noise
Wednesday, April 28. Nicolas Fraiman, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Time: 1:00-2:00PM
Bulk and extremes of the weights of Random Minimal Spanning Acycles
Questions or comments? Contact the organizer: Chris Janjigian.

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