University of Oxford
Organizers: Alexei Borodin (MIT) and Ivan Corwin (Columbia)
The domain of integrable probability seeks to understand universal phenomena through exactly solvable probabilistic systems of algebraic and representation theoretic origin. This school will feature mini-courses and research talks on methods to find and analyze such solvable systems, as well as on more probabilistic approaches to expand the universality classes around them. The target audience is graduate students or early career researchers who work in this area or nearby fields.
Eight mini course speakers will each deliver three hours of lectures. Daily problem sessions and exercise presentations will help to reinforce the material from the courses. In addition to the mini course lectures, guest speakers will present research talks designed to complement the mini course topics.
Mini Course Lecturers
Jinho Baik (Univeristy of Michigan)
Hugo Duminil-Copin (IHÉS)
Vadim Gorin (MIT and University of Wisconsin Madison)
Rick Kenyon (Yale University)
Greta Panova (University of Southern California)
Jeremy Quastel (University of Toronto)
Fabio Toninelli (University Lyon 1)
Michael Wheeler (University of Melbourne)
Research Talk Speakers
Amol Aggarwal (Harvard University)
Evgeni Dimitrov (Columbia University)
Yan Fyodorov (King's College London)
Alan Hammond (University of California, Berkeley)
Alisa Knizel (Columbia University)
Pierre Le Doussal (ENS Paris)
Leonid Petrov (University of Virginia)
Tomohiro Sasamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Li-Cheng Tsai (Rutgers University)
Jon Warren (University of Warwick)
Nicos Zygouras (University of Warwick)
This two-week postgraduate mathematics summer school is jointly funded by the Clay Mathematics Institute and the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research, with support from the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford.
Registration is open. You will be taken to the registration page on the Mathematical Institue website. Student places are offered with accommodation and weekday meals. Registration closes March 31, 2020.
Please ask your academic supervisor to provide a letter of recommendation.
With questions regarding the scientific program, please contact Ivan Corwin or Alexei Borodin. With all other questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.