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James Martin
Department of Statistics, University of Oxford
http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~martin
Events this person is organising:
Wednesday 6 June 2018 (7th Week, Trinity Term)
12:00

Continuousstate branching process with dependent immigration
Zenghu Li
(Beijing Normal University)
Probability seminar
Monday 14 January 2019 (1st Week, Hilary Term)
12:00

Particle systems and systemic risk
Ben Hambly
(University of Oxford)
Probability seminar
Monday 21 January 2019 (2nd Week, Hilary Term)
12:00

Orderings of Gibbs random samples
Yuri Yakubovich
(St Petersburg State University)
Probability seminar
Monday 28 January 2019 (3rd Week, Hilary Term)
12:00

Infinitely ramified point measure and branching Lévy process
Bastien Mallein
(Paris 13)
Probability seminar
Monday 11 February 2019 (5th Week, Hilary Term)
12:00

Ustatistics: some old and new results with applications to patterns in random strings and permutations
Svante Janson
(Uppsala University)
Probability seminar
Monday 29 April 2019 (1st Week, Trinity Term)
12:00

Universal vanishing corrections on the position of fronts in the FisherKPP class
Éric Brunet
(Laboratoire de Physique Statistique, ENS Paris)
Probability seminar
Tuesday 7 May 2019 (2nd Week, Trinity Term)
12:00

Anchored expansion in supercritical percolation on nonamenable graphs
Jonathan Hermon
(University of Cambridge)
Probability seminar
Monday 28 October 2019 (3rd Week, Michaelmas Term)
12:00

Exceptional times of transience for a dynamical random walk
Matthew Roberts
(University of Bath)
Probability seminar
Monday 17 February 2020 (5th Week, Hilary Term)
12:00

Scaling limits of finitely specified permutation classes
Mickaël Maazoun
(ENS Lyon)
Probability seminar
Wednesday 26 January 2022 (2nd Week, Hilary Term)
12:00

Random walk on the simple symmetric exclusion process
Daniel Kious
(University of Bath)
Probability seminar
Wednesday 9 February 2022 (4th Week, Hilary Term)
12:00

Exchangeability, mixtures and continuum random trees
Minmin Wang
(University of Sussex)
Probability seminar
Wednesday 16 February 2022 (5th Week, Hilary Term)
12:00

Scaling limits of multitype Markov Branching Trees
Robin Stephenson
(University of Sheffield)
Probability seminar
Wednesday 23 February 2022 (6th Week, Hilary Term)
12:00

Local and global behavior of the subcritical contact process
Dr Leonardo Rolla
(University of Warwick)
Probability seminar
Monday 17 October 2022 (2nd Week, Michaelmas Term)
12:00

Weaves, webs and flows
Nic Freeman
(University of Sheffield)
Probability seminar
Monday 28 November 2022 (8th Week, Michaelmas Term)
12:00

Scaling limit of an adaptive contact process
Daniel Valesin
(University of Warwick)
Probability seminar
Monday 23 January 2023 (2nd Week, Hilary Term)
14:00

Pattern Occurrence Counts in Random Planar Maps
Michael Drmota
(TU Wien)
Probability seminar
Monday 30 January 2023 (3rd Week, Hilary Term)
14:00

Subdiffusive scaling regimes for onedimensional Mott variablerange hopping
David Croydon
(RIMS, Kyoto University)
Probability seminar
Monday 6 February 2023 (4th Week, Hilary Term)
14:00

The expected degree distribution in transient duplication divergence models
Tiffany Lo
(Uppsala University)
Probability seminar
Monday 27 February 2023 (7th Week, Hilary Term)
14:00

Noncommutative probability and fermionic stochastic quantisation
Ajay Chandra
(Imperial)
Probability seminar
Wednesday 3 May 2023 (2nd Week, Trinity Term)
11:00

From the Pain in the Torus to a RepulsionDiffusion Equation
Peter Koepernik
(University of Oxford)
Probability seminar
Wednesday 7 June 2023 (7th Week, Trinity Term)
11:00

A new front in branching Brownian motion
Yujin Kim
(Courant Institute, NYU)
Probability seminar
Monday 9 October 2023 (1st Week, Michaelmas Term)
14:00

The Scaling limit of the minimal spanning trees on the PWIT.
Omer Angel
(UBC)
Probability seminar
Monday 16 October 2023 (2nd Week, Michaelmas Term)
14:00

Weyl law in Liouville quantum gravity
Nathanaël Berestycki
(University of Vienna)
Probability seminar
Monday 13 November 2023 (6th Week, Michaelmas Term)
14:00

A BRANCHING PARTICLE SYSTEM AS A MODEL OF PUSHED FRONTS
Julie Tourniaire
(IST Austria)
Probability seminar