Students Probability Day III

The 3rd Student Probability day, in memory of Oded Schramm, will be held on Thursday, May 12'th in the Weizmann
Institute. Please see


for details and the full program.
The program has also been appended below.


09:00 	        Welcome and coffe
09:30-10:30 	B. Tsirelson (TAU): Black noise of percolation

(Abstract: A recent text by Oded Schramm (z"l) and Stanislav Smirnov proposes a new approach to the (full) scaling 
limit of planar percolation, and proves by a pioneering argument that it is a black noise, as will be explained in 
this talk)
10:30-10:45 	Coffee break
10:45-11:00 	Ohad Feldheim (TAU) - 3 colorings of the discrete torus
11:00-11:15 	Hilary Finucane (WIS) - Reconstruction of scenery
11:15-11:30 	Michael Dymshits (BGU) - Multivariate Probability Density Function estimation
11:30-11:45 	Break
11:45-12:00 	Hugo Duminil-Copain (Geneve) - Self avoiding walks
12:00-12:15 	Doron Puder (HUJI) - Primitive words, measure preservation & fixed points of permutations
12:15-12:30 	Yair Hartman (WIS) - Large semigroups of cellular automata
12:30-14:30 	Lunch
14:30-14:45 	Ran Tessler (HUJI) - A variation of Glauber dynamics in temperature zero
14:45-15:00 	Anna Levit (Technion) - Ground state of the quantum Curie-Weiss model
15:00-15:15 	Ronen Eldan (TAU) - On the convex hull of a high dimensional random walk
15:15-15:30 	Yohai Maayan (Technion) - Covariance of stochastic integrals with respect to fractional brownian 
15:30-15:45 	Coffee break
15:45-16:00 	Naomi Feldheim (TAU) - Zeros of stationary Gaussian analytic functions
16:00-16:15 	Eyal Nueman (Technion) - Sample path properties of Volterra processes
16:15-16:30 	Tal Orenshtein (WIS) - Cookies and random walks
16:30-16:45 	Ori Hirschberg (WIS) - Selection and the approach to equilibrium of diffusion in a logarithmic 
16:45-17:00 	Yariv Yaari (WIS) - Hunting a random walker