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Summer school: Stochastic processes and random matrices July, 6 - 31 2015


The school will be structured around 6 long lectures as well as 9 shorter (more specialized) courses.

Preliminary schedule

Long courses -- with tentative titles

  • A. Borodin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

    Integrability and the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang universality class
  • A. Guionnet (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

    An introduction to free probability
  • P. Le Doussal (CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris)

    Replicas, renormalization and integrability in random systems
  • S. N. Majumdar (CNRS, Université Paris-Sud, Orsay)

    Recent applications of RMT in statistical physics
  • H. Spohn (Universität München)

    The KPZ equation - a statistical physics perspective
  • B. Virag (University of Toronto)

    beta-ensembles and Random Schrödinger operators

Short courses -- with tentative titles

  • G. Akemann (Universität Bielefeld)

    Matrix models and Quantum chromodynamics
  • J.-P. Bouchaud (CFM/Ecole Polytechnique)

    Random Matrix Theory and (Big) Data Analysis
  • J.-P. Eckmann (Département de Physique, Université de Genève)

    Martin Hairer and KPZ, the Fields Medal from a physicist's point of view
  • B. Eynard (Commissariat à l'energie atomique, Saclay)

    Topological recursion in random matrices and combinatorics of maps
  • J. Keating (School of Mathematics, University of Bristol)

    RMT and number theory
  • A. Moustakas (University of Athens)

    RMT methods in the theory of telecommunication systems
  • H. Schomerus (Lancaster University)

    RMT approaches to open quantum systems
  • Y. Tourigny (School of Mathematics, University of Bristol)

    Schrödinger operators in random potentials
  • V. Vargas (CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris)

    Gaussian multiplicative chaos and Liouville Quantum Gravity
  • H. Weidenmueller (Universität Heidelberg)

    Historical overview: RMT and its applications
  • A. Zabrodin (ITEP, Moscow)

    Some aspects of integrability and Painlevé-Calogero correspondence