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Ivan Corwin, POB 4.304: Integrable Probability
Wednesday, January 15, 2020, 02:00pm - 03:00pm
What does a randomly growing interface of Hamilton-Jacobi equation look like? What about many particles diffusing in a random environment? Or large random tilings or matrices? The field of integrable probability has recently provided precise answers to these (and many other) questions by way of a handful of special models. The existence of these special models and their subsequent analysis is facilitated by connections to certain structures such as representation theory (e.g. nice families of symmetric functions) and quantum integrable systems (e.g. vertex models), along with stochastic analytical and probabilistic tools. In this talk I will try to explain a part of this fascinating story. No background necessary!
Location: POB 4.304

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