Reading group Spring 2018

Meets 2-3PM Monday in the conference room.

Some possible papers

D. Lacker and K. Ramanan
The price of anarchy in large static games.
arXiv:1702.02113

ELENA KOSYGINA AND MARTIN P.W. ZERNER
EXCITED RANDOM WALKS: RESULTS, METHODS, OPEN PROBLEMS

Mike Cinkoske, Joe Jackson, Claire Plunkett
On the Speed of an Excited Asymmetric Random Walk
Joe and Claire have applied for grad school here

Joshua Rosenberg
The frog model with drift on R
ECP 22, paper 30

Vladas Sidoravicius and Laurent Tournier
A 1D system of annihilating prticles
ECP 22, paper 59

E. Candellero, S. Ganguly, C. Hoffman, and L. Levine
Oil and Water: A two-type internal aggregation model
Ann. Prob. 45, 4019-4070

O, Garet, J-B. Gouere, and Regine Marchand
The number of open paths in oriented percolation
Ann. Prob. 45, 4071-4100

M. Damron, J. Hanson, and P. Sosoe
On the chemical distance in critical percolation
Electronic J. Probability 22, paper 75

Shankar Bhamidi
First passage percolation on locally treelike networks.

Steven Lalley and Wei Su
Contact process on random regular graphs
Ann. Appl. Prob. 27, 2061-2097

Davar Koshnevisan, K. Kim, and Y. Xiao
Intermittency and Multifractality A case study via Parabolic SPDEs
Ann. Prob. 45, 3697-3751

Louigi Addario_Berry and Sarah Pennington
The front location of Branching Brownian Motion with decay of mass
Ann. Prob. 45, 3752-3794

N. Gantert and S. Junk
A branching random walk among disasters.
Electronic J. Probability 22, paper 67

B. Morris, and A. Raymer
Mixing time of the fifteen puzzle.
(On the torus, in the limit 15 to infinity)
Electronic J. Probability 22, paper 9