Agenda

Workshop on Random Matrices and Random Systems

March 31 - April 4, 2014

** All talks will take place in Simonyi Hall Seminar room

Monday 3/31
 10 am – 11am   Ofer Zeitouni, Univ Minnesota, Spectrum stablility for non-normal random matrices.  
 11 am -11:30    Coffee Break Simonyi classroom
 11:30 – 12:30 pm Paul Bourgade, IAS, The eigenvector moment flow and applications
 12:30 pm – 1:50   Lunch (IAS Dining Hall)
 1:50-2:50 pm  Denis Bernard, ENS, The open quantum Brownian motion:  a random walk on quantum noise
 3-4 pm  Michael Walter, ETH, Random quantum marginals
 4-4:45 pm  Tea (Fuld Common Room)
 
Tuesday 4/1
 10 – 11am   Pierre Le Doussal, ENS, KPZ equation and directed polymers: exact results from the  replica Bethe ansatz
 11-11:30  coffee break Simonyi classroom
 11:30 – 12:30 Reimer Kuehn, KCL, Spectra of Large Random Stochastic Matrices and relaxation in complex systems
 12:30 – 1:50  Lunch (IAS Dining Hall)
 1:50 2-2:50  Mariya Shcherbina, Kharkov, Universal approach to $\beta$-matrix models
 3-4  Balint Virag, Univ Toronto, TBA
 4-4:45  Tea (Fuld Common Room)
 
Wednesday 4/2
 10-11am  Elliott Lieb, Princeton Univ, Entropy bounds for reduced density matrices of fermionic states.
 11-11:30  coffee break Simonyi classroom
 11:30 – 12:30  Ivan Corwin, Columbia, Spectral theory for ASEP, XXZ and the (q,mu,nu)-Boson process
 12:30 –1:50  Lunch (IAS Dining Hall)
 1:50 -2:50  Maurice Duits, SU, Central Limit Theorems for linear statistics for biorthogonal ensembles
 3-4  Timo Seppalainen, Univ Wisconsin, Variational formulas for directed polymer and percolation models on the plane
 4-4:45  Tea (Fuld Common Room)
 4:45-6:15 Discussion and Open problems
 
Thursday 4/3
 10-11  Sylvia Serfaty, Univ Jussieu, Energy approach to Coulomb gases and log gases
 11-11:30  coffee break Simonyi classroom
 11:30- 12:30  Ashkan Nikeghbali, UZH, Some probabilistic ideas at the interface of random matrix theory and zeta functions
 12:30 – 1:50  Lunch (IAS Dining Hall)
 1:50 - 2:50  Van Vu, Yale, Some recent results and open problems on random matrices
 3 - 4  Jun Yin, IAS, Applications of random matrix theory on PCA    
 4-4:45 Tea (Fuld Common Room)
 
Friday 4/4
 10-11  Martin Hairer, IAS, The dynamical sine-Gordon model
 11-11:30  coffee break Simonyi classroom
 11:30 – 12:30 Herbert Spohn, IAS, Nonlinear fluctuating hydrodynamics in one dimension
 12:30-2   Lunch (IAS Dining Hall)