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− | == Thursday, | + | == Thursday, January 23, [http://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~mshkolni/ Mykhaylo Shkolnikov], UC-Berkeley Stats Dept== |

− | Title: | + | '''Title: Intertwinings, wave equations and growth models''' |

− | Abstract: | + | Abstract: We will discuss a general theory of intertwined diffusion processes of any dimension. Intertwined processes arise in many different contexts in probability theory, most notably in the study of random matrices, random polymers and path decompositions of Brownian motion. Recently, they turned out to be also closely related to hyperbolic partial differential equations, symmetric polynomials and the corresponding random growth models. The talk will be devoted to these recent developments which also shed new light on some beautiful old examples of intertwinings. Based on joint works with Vadim Gorin and Soumik Pal. |

− | == Thursday, | + | == Thursday, January 30, TBA == |

− | + | == Thursday, February 6, TBA == | |

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− | == Thursday, | + | == Thursday, February 20, TBA == |

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− | + | == Thursday, March 6, [http://mypage.iu.edu/~jthanson/ Jack Hanson], Indiana University Bloomington == | |

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− | == | + | == Thursday, March 13, TBA == |

− | + | == Thursday, March 20, No Seminar due to Spring Break == | |

− | + | == Thursday, March 27, [http://www.stat.wisc.edu/~ane/ Cécile Ané], UW-Madison Department of Statistics == | |

− | + | Title: <b> Application of a birth-death process to model gene gains and losses on a phylogenetic tree </b> | |

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+ | == Thursday, April 10, [https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~romik/home/Dan_Romik_home.html Dan Romik] UC-Davis == | ||

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## Revision as of 12:51, 3 January 2014

# Spring 2014

Thursdays in 901 Van Vleck Hall at 2:25 PM, unless otherwise noted.

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## Thursday, January 23, Mykhaylo Shkolnikov, UC-Berkeley Stats Dept

**Title: Intertwinings, wave equations and growth models**

Abstract: We will discuss a general theory of intertwined diffusion processes of any dimension. Intertwined processes arise in many different contexts in probability theory, most notably in the study of random matrices, random polymers and path decompositions of Brownian motion. Recently, they turned out to be also closely related to hyperbolic partial differential equations, symmetric polynomials and the corresponding random growth models. The talk will be devoted to these recent developments which also shed new light on some beautiful old examples of intertwinings. Based on joint works with Vadim Gorin and Soumik Pal.

## Thursday, January 30, TBA

## Thursday, February 6, TBA

## Thursday, February 13, TBA

## Thursday, February 20, TBA

## Thursday, February 27, TBA

## Thursday, March 6, Jack Hanson, Indiana University Bloomington

Title: TBA

Abstract: TBA

## Thursday, March 13, TBA

## Thursday, March 20, No Seminar due to Spring Break

## Thursday, March 27, Cécile Ané, UW-Madison Department of Statistics

Title: ** Application of a birth-death process to model gene gains and losses on a phylogenetic tree **

## Thursday, April 3, TBA

## Thursday, April 10, Dan Romik UC-Davis

## Thursday, April 17, TBA

## Thursday, April 24, TBA

## Thursday, May 1, TBA

## Thursday, May 8, TBA