Probability at King's

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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Forthcoming Past

November 2019

18/11/2019 - Martin Hairer (Imperial College)
Random loops
15:00-16:00 S4.29
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.

December 2019

02/12/2019 - Mira Shamis (QMUL)
15:00-16:00 S4.29
09/12/2019 - Gechun Liang (Warwick)

February 2020

17/02/2020 - Marie Kratz
16:00-17:00 S4.29

March 2020

16/03/2020 - Eveliina Peltola
16:00-17:00 S4.29