Plenary Speakers

Gérard Ben Arous (Courant, New York University) Lévy Lecture
Slowing down: some universal phenomena for slow random walks on complex structures
When: Monday 9:00-9:50AM

Itai Benjamini (Weizmann Institute of Science) Inaugural Schramm Lecture
Random walk on planar graphs
When: Monday 5:00-5:50PM

Zhen-Qing Chen (University of Washington)
Invariance principle for random walks in domains
When: Friday 11:00AM-11:50PM

Ron Doney (University of Manchester)
First passage times for random walks and Lévy processes
When: Tuesday 9:00-9:50AM

Hugo Duminil-Copin (Université de Genéve)
Discrete parafermions in planar lattice models
When: 9:50-10:40AM

Pablo Ferrari (Universidad de Buenos Aires)
A free boundary symmetric simple exclusion process and the Stefan problem
When: Friday 11:50-12:40PM

Tadahisa Funaki (University of Tokyo)
Invariant measures for a linear stochastic heat equation related to the KPZ equation
When: Thursday 4:00-4:50PM

Ken Golden (University of Utah) Bernoulli Society Open Lecture
Mathematics and the melting polar ice caps
When: Thursday 4:50-5:50PM

Niels Jacob (Swansea University)
The symbol and the associated geometry of a Lévy-type process
When: Thursday 9:50-10:40AM

Vadim Kaimanovich (University of Ottawa)
Random graphs: invariance, unimodularity, stochastic homogenization
When: Friday 9:50-10:40AM

Neil O’Connell (University of Warwick) Doob Lecture
From Pitman’s 2M-X theorem to random polymers and integrable systems
When: Tuesday 4:00-4:50PM

Hirofumi Osada (Kyushu University) Itô Prize Lecture
Infinite-dimensional stochastic differential equations arising from random matrices
When: Thursday 9:00-9:50AM

Jeremy Quastel (University of Toronto)
The Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation and universality class
When: Tuesday 4:50-5:40PM

Kavita Ramanan (Brown University)
New perspectives on reflecting diffusions
When: Monday 4:00-4:50PM

Qi-Man Shao (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
From Stein’s method to moderate deviations
When: Tuesday 9:50-10:40AM

Amandine Veber (École Polytechnique)
Evolution in a spatial continuum
When: Wednesday 9:00-9:50AM

Bálint Virág (University of Toronto) IMS Medallion Lecture
The Stochastic Airy Operator and universality
When: Friday 9:00-9:50AM

Ofer Zeitouni (University of Minnesota & Weizmann Institute of Science)
From branching random walks to Gaussian fields
When: Wednesday 9:50-10:40AM