Seminars: Probability

Date
Time
Venue
Speaker
Affiliation
Title of Talk
27 Jul 2018
15:00

S16 #05-96
Asaf Hajiyev
Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
Some Paradoxical Phenomena in Theory of Probability and
27 Jun 2018
15:30

S17 #04-04 SR3
23 May 2018
10:30

S17 #04-06 SR1
Claudia Klüppelberg
Technical University of Munich
Max-linear models on graphs
26 Apr 2018
15:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Adam Bowditch
National University of Singapore
Trapping mechanisms for random walks on Galton-Watson trees
29 Mar 2018
15:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
22 Mar 2018
15:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Andrei Florin Deneanu
Yale University
How often is a random matrix normal?
12 Feb 2018
16:00

S17 #04-05 SR2
01 Feb 2018
15:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Jeong Han KIM
Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS)
How many random triangles need to be added to make random graphs not random?
29 Jan 2018
15:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
25 Jan 2018
15:00

S17 #05-12 SR4
Assaf Ferber
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Some problems in random discrete matrices
18 Jan 2018
15:00

S17 #05-12 SR4
Renjie Feng
Peking University
Spectrum of SYK model
01 Dec 2017
11:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
K. A. Muttalib
University of Florida
Random Matrix Ensembles and quantum transport
01 Dec 2017
10:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Adrian Roellin
National University of Singapore
Going from smooth to non-smooth test functions
24 Nov 2017
10:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Subhroshekar Ghosh
National University of Singapore
Rigidity phenomena in random point sets
15 Nov 2017
11:00

S16 #05-102
Daniel Montealegre
Yale University
Law of Iterated Logarithm for Random Graphs
08 Nov 2017
11:00

S16 #05-102
Louis Chen
National University of Singapore
Stein’s method and many interacting worlds in quantum mechanics
01 Nov 2017
11:00

S16 #05-102
Wang Dong
National University of Singapore
Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process (ASEP) on a ring (II)
25 Oct 2017
11:00

S16 #05-102
Wang Dong
National University of Singapore
Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process (ASEP) on a ring
16 Oct 2017
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
11 Oct 2017
11:00

S16 #05-102
Van H. Vu
National University of Singapore
Directions in random matrix theory (II)