May 3, 2019 from 16:00 to 18:00 (Montreal/EST time) On location
Colloquium presented by Lenya Ryzhik (Stanford University)
The stochastic heat equation and the KPZ equation appear as the macroscopic limits for a large class of probabilistic models, and the study of KPZ, in particular, led to many fascinating developments in probability over the last decade or so, from the regularity structures to integrable probability. We will discuss a small group of recent results on these equations in simple settings, of the PDE flavour, that fall in line with what one may call naive expectations by an applied mathematician.
AddressMcGill University, Burnside Hall , 805 O., rue Sherbrooke, room 1104