April 10

Alexander Zimin
(MIT)
Inequalities in Graph Percolation

April 3

Duncan Dauvergne
(University of Toronto)
The directed landscape from Brownian motion

March 27

Omer Tamuz
(Caltech)
On the origin of the Boltzmann distribution

March 20

Inhyeok Choi
(Korea Institute for Advanced Study)
Random walks, superlinear divergence and quasiisometry

March 13

Giulio Tiozzo
(University of Toronto)
Roots of Alexander polynomials of random positive braids

March 6

Mathav Murugan
(UBC)
Boundary trace of reflected diffusions

February 28

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February 22 (unusual time!)

Jeffrey Rosenthal
(University of Toronto)
Speeding up Metropolis using Theorems

February 14

Naotaka Kajino
(Kyoto University)
On singularity of penergy measures among distinct values of p for some p.c.f. selfsimilar sets

February 7

Eric Foxall
(UBC Okanagan)
Some uses of ordered representations in finitepopulation exchangeable ancestry models

January 24

Mark Holmes
(The University of Melbourne)
Nonbacktracking reinforced random walks

December 6

Yinon Spinka
(UBC)
Finitary isomorphisms in high dimensions

November 29

Raghav Tripathi
(University of Washington)
Gradient flow on graphs via Metropolis

November 22

Yucheng Liu
(UBC)
Gaussian deconvolution and the lace expansion

November 8

Mathav Murugan
(UBC)
Heat kernel for reflected diffusion and extension property on uniform domains

November 1

Omer Angel
(UBC)
Branching annihilating Brownian motions

October 25

N/A
N/A

October 18

Philip Easo
(Caltech)
The critical percolation probability is local

October 11

Matthew Dickson
(UBC)
Highdimension expansion of the critical intensity of the random connection model

September 27

Serte Donderwinkel
(McGill University)
Random trees are short (but not too short)

September 20

Petr Kosenko
(UBC)
Harmonic Measures of Random Walks on Fuchsian Groups

September 13

Tyler Helmuth
(Durham University)
Directed Spatial Permutations on Asymmetric Tori
