Monday, February 16, 2015

[DMANET] Conference "Random walks on graphs and potential theory", Warwick, 18-22 May 2015

Conference "Random walks on graphs and potential theory", University of
Warwick, 18-22 May 2015.

Random walks on graphs are studied in many contexts, including analysis,
computer science, group theory, and of course probability and graph
theory. This meeting will gather experts from all these fields, in order
to emphasise the breadth of the topic and facilitate interactions.

Organisers: Agelos Georgakopoulos & David Croydon


Invited speakers:

Omer Angel (UBC)
Johannes Carmesin (Hamburg/Cambridge)
Ronen Eldan (University of Washington)
Nina Gantert* (TU Munich)
Christophe Garban* (Lyon)
Ori Gurel-Gurevich (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Antoine Gournay (Neuchatel)
Alexander Grigor'yan* (Bielefeld)
Ben Hambly (Oxford)
Vadim Kaimanovich (University of Ottawa)
Daniel Lenz (Jena)
Peter Moerters (Bath)
Asaf Nachmias* (Tel Aviv / UBC)
Thomas Sauerwald (Cambridge)
Alessandro Sisto (ETH)
Perla Sousi (Cambridge)
Stephan Wagner (Stellenbosch)
Anita Winter (Duisburg-Essen)
Wolfgang Woess (TU Graz)
Alex Zhai (Stanford)

*To be confirmed

There is no registration fee, but all participants are requested to
register at
for logistic purposes.

Some funding is available to cover the expenses of PhD students from the
UK. To apply send your CV to Agelos by 15 March.

There is no "call for papers", but a limited amount of slots for
contributed talks might be available.

The event is funded by EPSRC and a Warwick IPF grant.
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