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

 <http://www.wisdom.weizmann.ac.il/spd3/spd3.html>

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


Program

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 
                motion
 	 
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 
                potential
16:45-17:00 	Yariv Yaari (WIS) - Hunting a random walker