UBC Probability seminar

Location: LSK 460
Time: Wednesdays, 3:10–4:10pm

Upcoming Talks

Past Talks

Sep. 20 Gourab Ray (University of Victoria)
A characterization of the GFF
Sep. 27 Tony Guttmann (The University of Melbourne)
1324 pattern-avoiding permutations
Oct. 4 Yinon Spinka (Tel Aviv University)
A condition for long-range order in discrete spin systems
Oct. 11 Gordon Slade (The University of British Columbia)
Self-avoiding walk, spin systems, and renormalisation
Oct. 18 Jean-Dominique Deuschel (Technical University of Berlin)
Harnack inequality for degenerate balanced random walks
Nov. 1 Yaozhong Hu (University of Alberta at Edmonton)
Feynman-Kac formula for the stochastic heat equation driven by general Gaussian noises
Nov. 8 Martin Barlow (The University of British Columbia)
Anomalous diffusion
Nov. 15 Steffen Rohde (University of Washington)
The Conformal Continuum Random Tree
Nov. 22 Martin Lohmann (The University of British Columbia)
Spin systems and some natural questions in probability
Nov. 29 Alexander Holroyd (Microsoft)
Polluted bootstrap percolation
Jan. 10 Jesse Goodman (University of Auckland)
Two locality properties in two dimensions
Jan. 17 Jesse Goodman (University of Auckland)
The gaps left by a Brownian motion
Jan. 24 Mathav Murugan (UBC)
Heat flow on snowballs
Jan. 31 Ed Perkins (UBC)
The dimension of the boundary of super-Brownian motion
Feb. 7 Noah Forman (University of Washington)
Random walks on a space of trees with integer edge weights
Feb. 28 Duncan Dauvergne (University of Toronto)
The global limit of random sorting networks
Mar. 7 Thomas Hughes (UBC)
The boundary of the zero set and boundary local time of one-dimensional super-Brownian motion
Mar. 14 Soumik Pal (University of Washington)
Multiplicative Schrödinger problem and the Dirichlet transport
Mar. 21 Chris Burdzy (University of Washington)
On Lambertian reflections and stirring coffee
Mar. 28 Christopher Hoffman (University of Washington)
Geodesics in First-Passage Percolation
Apr. 4 Ioana Dumitriu (University of Washington)
The spectral gap in bipartite biregular graphs

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