UBC Probability seminar


Location: ESB 1012
Time: Wednesdays, 15:00–15:50

Past Talks

Apr. 10 Ryan O'Donnell (Carnegie Mellon)
Fooling Polytopes
Apr. 3 Moumanti Podder (University of Washington)
Zero-one laws for existential first order sentences of bounded quantifier depth
Mar. 27 Martin Lohmann (University of British Columbia)
The critical behavior of phi^4_4
Mar. 20 Edwin Perkins (University of British Columbia)
On the range of lattice models in high dimensions
Mar. 8 Miguel Lopez (Ericsson)
Signal Randomization for Spectrum Shaping
Mar. 6 Thomas Budzinski (ENS Paris)
Local limits of uniform triangulations in high genus
Feb. 27 Aaron Palmer (University of British Columbia)
Optimal Transport by Stopping Times
Jan. 30 Michael Lin (Ben Gurion University)
Central limit theorems for functionals of ergodic stationary Markov chains with general state space
Jan. 29 Nicholas Cook (Stanford University)
Maximum of the characteristic polynomial for a random permutation matrix
Jan. 22 Aukosh Jaganath (Harvard University)
Dynamical thresholds in high dimensional landscapes
Jan. 15 Jonathan Hermon (University of Cambridge)
The exclusion process (usually) mixes faster than independent particles
Jan. 4 Tyler Helmuth (University of Bristol)
Algorithmic Pirogov-Sinai Theory
Dec. 5 Tom Hutchcroft (Cambridge University)
New applications of the Aizenman-Kesten-Newman method
Nov. 28 Noah Forman (University of Washington)
The diffusion analogue to a tree-valued Markov chain
Nov. 21 Gourab Ray (University of Victoria)
Logarithmic variance for uniform homomorphisms on Z^2
Nov. 14 Mathav Murugan (University of British Columbia)
Heat kernel bounds and resistance estimates
Nov. 7 Zhen-Qing Chen (University of Washington)
A priori Holder estimate for non-local parabolic SPDEs
Oct. 31 Ted Cox (Syracuse)
Super-Brownian motion and the spatial Lambda-Fleming-Viot process II
Oct. 24 Alexander E. Holroyd (University of Washington)
Local constraint solving - how to colour without looking (much)
Oct. 17 Sebastián Barbieri Lemp (University of British Columbia)
The Dobrushin-Lanford-Ruelle theorem on steroids
Oct. 10 Jieliang Hong (University of British Columbia)
Renormalization of local times of super-Brownian motion
Oct. 3 Tom Meyerovitch (Ben-Gurion University)
On polynomial vs. super-polynomial growth for finitely generated groups and harmonic functions

Return to UBC Probability group
Organizer: 2018–’19: Yinon Spinka