UBC Probability Seminar: Nina Holden (Online)

  • Date: 08/06/2020
  • Time: 09:00
Lecturer(s):
Nina Holden, ETH.
Location: 

Online

Topic: 

Schramm-Loewner evolution and imaginary geometry III

Description: 

The Schramm-Loewner evolution (SLE) is a random fractal curve in the plane that describes the scaling limit of interfaces in several statistical physics models. It is uniquely characterized by two properties known as conformal invariance and the domain Markov property. The third lecture will be about imaginary geometry which gives a very useful alternative perspective on SLE.

Prerequisities: The course will require no prior knowledge except standard graduate probability courses. We will use small amount of stochastic calculus on a few occasions.

Other Information: 

This event is hosted online. If you would like to join this meeting, please email the organizer angel@math.ubc.ca