Probability Seminar at King's
The Probability Seminar at King's is dedicated to presenting the latest advances in
Pure and Applied Probability. If only a room number is given for a talk, then it
is taking place in King's College London, Strand Campus.
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18/11/2019 - Martin Hairer (Imperial College)
A "rubber band" constrained to remain on a manifold evolves by trying to shorten its length, eventually settling on a closed geodesic, or collapsing entirely. It is natural to try to consider a noisy version of such a model where each segment of the band gets pulled in random directions. Trying to build such a model turns out to be surprisingly difficult and generates a number of nice geometric insights, as well as some beautiful algebraic and analytical objects. We will survey some of the main results obtained on the way to this construction.
02/12/2019 - Mira Shamis (QMUL)
09/12/2019 - Gechun Liang (Warwick)
17/02/2020 - Marie Kratz
16/03/2020 - Eveliina Peltola