Journal papers
    A.C.D. van Enter and T. Hulshof, "Finite-size effects for anisotropic bootstrap percolation: logarithmic corrections", J. Stat. Phys., 128(6), 1383-1389, (2007) [arXiv]
    M. Heydenreich, R. v.d. Hofstad, and T. Hulshof, "High-dimensional incipient infinite clusters revisited", J. Stat. Phys., 155(5), 966-1025, (2014) [arXiv]

    T. Hulshof, "The high-dimensional incipient infinite cluster", PhD thesis, Eindhoven University of Technology, (2013) [pdf]

In preparation
    M. Heydenreich, R. van der Hofstad, T. Hulshof, G. Miermont, "Backbone scaling limit of the high-dimensional IIC"
    H. Duminil-Copin, A.C.D. van Enter, T. Hulshof, R. Morris, "Sharp and sharper thresholds for anisotropic bootstrap percolation"
    T. Hulshof, "The maximal displacement of critical branching random walk"

Ongoing projects
    T. Hulshof, "The one-arm exponent of high-dimensional long-range percolation"
    T. Hulshof, A. Nachmias, "A duality principle for hypercube percolation"
    T. Hulshof, J. Komjathy, "Metastability in dynamically evolving networks with communities"

    Kamerlingh Onnes colloquium, June 17, 2010, University of Groningen.
    Workshop `Universality and scaling limits in probability and statistical mechanics', September 2, 2010, Hokkaido University.
    Workshop `The expanding art of expansions', February 14, 2012, Eurandom, Eindhoven.
    Workshop `Scaling limits in models of statistical mechanics', September 10, 2012, Mathematical research institute Oberwolfach.
    `STAR workshop on random graphs', November 2, 2012, Utrecht University.
    Stochastics seminar, November 8, 2012, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME).
    Stochastics seminar, January 14, 2013, Ludwig Maximilians Universität München (LMU).
    Mark Kac seminar, April 5, 2013, Utrecht University.
    Probability seminar, October 30, 2013, the University of British Columbia (UBC).
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