7th Cornell Probability Summer School
July 11 - 22, 2011 at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY
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The main lecturers:
Marek Biskup (UCLA) : Recent progress on the random conductance model
Geoff Grimmett (Cambridge): Random paths and clusters
Greg Lawler (Chicago): Conformally invariant processes
Two one-hour talks by:
Omer Angel (UBC)
Julien Dubedat (Columbia)
Dmitry Ioffe(Technion): Stretched polymers in random environment: the ballistic phase
Allan Sly (UC Berkeley)
Gibbs measures on trees
Information for participants
- Conference schedule. Also contains
links for background reading, references, slides, etc.
- Local information and arrival. What to bring,
how to get to Bethe House, details about your stay.
- Where to eat while in Ithaca.
- What to do in your free time.
- Funding from an NSF grant will provide lodging for all participants in
Cornell dorm rooms and pay $400 toward the local expenses of advanced
graduate students and young researchers who are US citizens,
nationals, or permanent residents.
This meeting is partially supported by a grant from the National
Science Foundation to the probability group at Cornell University and cosponsored by the Institute
of Mathematical Statistics.
- The scientific organizer is Rick Durrett.
- The conference secretary is Nate Eldredge. Please contact me with any questions
regarding the summer school.
- Thanks also to the Cornell math department staff
much of the organization of the meeting.