Probability Seminar

The probability seminar is a weekly seminar featuring the latest research in pure and applied probability. Speakers include internationally renowned probabilists as well as probabilistic work from related disciplines including computer science and operations research. It also presents graduate students a friendly environment to present their research.

The seminar is held weekly in 1011 Evans on Wednesdays at 3pm, except when otherwise indicated.

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Upcoming Probability Seminars

Peter Sarnak, Princeton University and IAS
Apr 24, 2019 3:00pm
1011 Evans Hall
The topology of a hyper-surface in P^n(R) of high degree can be very complicated .However if we choose the surface at random there is a universal law . Little is known about this law and it appears to be dramatically different for n=2 and n>2 . There is a similar theory for zero sets of monochromatic waves which model nodal sets . Joint work with Y.Canzani and I.Wigman