Workshop on Discrete and Complex Analysis
Montana State University, July 19-23, 2010
All talks will be in 213 Leon-Johnson Hall. For directions see this campus map. Talks should be approximately one hour, additional time can be allocated as needed. The following schedule is only a guideline, but in general the morning talks will start at 9am, the afternoon talks at 2pm.
|9:00||Doyle / Snell 1||Doyle / Snell 3||Peres 7||Modulus 1||Modulus 3|
|10:30||Doyle / Snell 2||Doyle / Snell 4||Peres 8||Modulus 2||Modulus 4|
|2:00||Peres 1||Peres 4||PDE 1||PDE 3|
|3:30||Peres 2||Peres 5||PDE 2||PDE 4|
|5:00||Peres 3||Peres 6|
Doyle / Snell is Peter Doyle and Laurie Snell: Random walks and electric networks.
- Part 1: pages 1-29, sections 1.1 and 1.2
- Part 2: pages 30-65, sections 1.3 and 1.4
- Part 3: pages 65-93, sections 2.1 and 2.2
- Part 4: pages 94-115, sections 2.3 and 2.4
These talks will be covered by Carto Wong and Huy Vo Tran.
Peres is Yuval Peres: Probability on trees and networks, course notes. Parts here are the individual sections 1-8. Talk assignments are as follows.
- Section 1 (Random Graphs): Steffen Rohde
- Section 2 (Isoperimetric Inequalities): Jonas Azzam
- Section 3 (Markov Type of Metric Spaces): Pietro Poggi-Corradini
- Section 4 (Random Walks and Electrical Networks): Joan Lind and Dave White
- Section 5 (The Cheeger Constant and Mixing Time): Lukas Geyer
- Section 6 (Harmonic Functions and Random Walks): William Meyerson
- Section 7 (Embeddings of Finite Metric Spaces): TBA
- Section 8 (The Ising Model, Potts Model and Random Cluster Model): Ilia Binder
"PDE" stands for talks on discrete and continuous boundary value problems, covered by John Garnett and Don Marshall. "Modulus" stands for talks on discrete modulus, covered by Mario Bonk and James Gill.
There will be an informal get-together Sunday night before the workshop at Montana Ale Works on 611 E Main St.
Updated on: Tue Sep 14 10:48:38 GMT+7 2010.