# Difference between revisions of "Graduate student reading seminar"

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## Revision as of 16:24, 15 October 2012

Time and place: Monday 2:25PM-3:30PM, B329

We decided to start with SLE (Sctochastic Loewner evolution). We will use Greg Lawler's Park City notes.

Nathanael Berestycki's notes on SLE

Wendelin Werner's notes on SLE

### SLE

September 17: read Lecture 1 from the notes

September 24: read Lecture 2 from the notes and work on the problems

October 1: go over Lecture 2 again, try to complement with additional material

October 8: section 3 from Wendelin Werner's notes

October 15: continue with section 3 from Wendelin Werner's notes

### Continuous Time Markov Chains

October 22: Chapter 2 from Liggett