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Probability seminars

Our seminars are usually held on Mondays at 1.15pm. In-person talks are usually in room 4W 1.7, and online talks will be held via Zoom.

Seminars 2021-22

For online talks, please email Marcel Ortgiese or Cécile Mailler if you would like to join us and they will send you a Zoom invitation. You may also be interested in the One World Probability Seminar.

Date Speaker Institution Title
11/10/21 (online) Lukas Gonon LMU Munich Random feature neural networks learn Black-Scholes type PDEs without curse of dimensionality
18/10/21 (online) Benedikt Jahnel WIAS Berlin Phase transitions and large deviations for the Boolean model of continuum percolation for Cox point processes
1/11/21 Pierre-François Rodriguez Imperial College London Critical exponents for a three-dimensional percolation model
8/11/21 Ellen Powell Durham University TBA
15/11/21 Sunil Chhita Durham University GOE Fluctuations for the maximum of the top path in ASMs
29/11/21 Cyril Labbé Paris Dauphine TBA
06/12/21 Sara Svaluto-Ferro University of Vienna TBA
17/01/22 Jakob Björnberg University of Gothenburg TBA
24/01/22 Richard Pymar Birkbeck, London TBA

Archive

We keep an archive of speakers and abstracts going back to 2006. Please let Matt Roberts know if you find any errors.

If you wish to find out more about our seminar programme, please contact Marcel Ortgiese or Cécile Mailler.

Prob-L@B internal monthly seminar

Our internal seminar this year will also be held at 1.15pm on Mondays, usually the last Monday of the month. If you wish to find out more, please contact Sarah Penington.

Date Speaker Title
25/10/21 Sarah Penington Brownian bees in the infinite swarm limit
22/11/21 Zsofia Talyigas
13/12/21 Stefano Bruno Optimal regularity in time and space for stochastic porous medium equations

2020 international visitors

Dates Visitor
31.08.19 - 22.02.20 Milton Jara (IMPA, Rio de Janeiro)
13.01.20 - 17.01.20 Bastien Mallein (Sorbonne University, Paris)
16.03.20 - 20.03.20 Emmanuel Schertzer (Sorbonne University, Paris)
11.05.20 - 15.05.20 Dimitrios Cheliotis (University of Athens)