Scaling Limits of Interacting Particle Systems

MONDAY 3PM-4PM

The group has chosen to study Scaling Limits of Interacting Particle Systems, following the book of Claude Kipnis and Claudio Landim. The aim is to introduce the most relevant techniques in the study of the hydrodynamic behaviour of systems of interacting particles. After a review of basic probabilistic tools, we will focus on some important examples such as Simple Eclusion Process, Zero Range Process and more general Attractive Systems.   

Organization: Each participant will present part of the material and there will be periodic review lectures. 
 
When and Where: Every Monday of the academic year, from 3pm to 4pm, in the Huxley building Imperial College London (map). 
 
Plan and Room: available at schedule.
 
Reference: Scaling Limits of Interacting Particle Systems, Claude Kipnis and Claudio Landim (1999). 
 
Questions and doubts: you can contact Giuseppe Cannizzaro at g.cannizzaro[at]imperial.ac.uk

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