## Fridays, 3-4 PM, LCB 219

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**Friday January 15. Stochastics Seminar.**
3-4 pm. LCB 219
*Ivan Corwin,
Courant Institute, New York University*
"Fluctuations in the height of random crystals"

**Friday January 22. No Seminar.**

**Friday January 29. No Seminar.**

**Friday February 5. Stochastics Seminar.**
3-4 pm. LCB 219
*Daniel Conus,
University of Utah*
"On the existence and position of the farthest peaks of the
solutions to a family of stochastic heat and wave equations"

**Monday February 8. Stochastics Seminar.**
1:55-2:55 pm. LCB 215
NOTE SPECIAL DAY, TIME, AND PLACE

*Sunder Sethuraman,
Iowa State University*
"Some asymptotics in preferential attachment graphs in a random
environment"

**Tuesday February 9.
Departmental
Colloquium.**
4:15-5:15 pm. JWB 335
NOTE SPECIAL DAY

*Sunder Sethuraman,
Iowa State University*
"Nonequilibrium limit with zero-range process"

**Friday February 12. No Seminar.**

**Friday February 19. Stochastics Seminar.**
3-4 pm. LCB 219
*Rama Cont,
Columbia University*
"Functional Ito calculus and stochastic integral representation of Brownian functionals"

**Friday February 26. Ph.D. Thesis Defense.**
3-4 pm. LCB 219
*Shang-Yuan Shiu,
University of Utah*
"Probability on discrete structures"

**Wednesday March 3. Ph.D. Thesis Defense.**
1-2 pm. JWB 208
NOTE SPECIAL DAY, TIME, AND PLACE

*Karim Khader,
University of Utah*
"Laplace's Equation, the Nonlinear Poisson Equation and the Effects of
Gaussian White Noise on the Boundary"

**Friday March 5. No Seminar.**

**Friday March 12. Ph.D. Thesis Defense.**
3-4 pm. LCB 219
*Michael Purcell,
University of Utah*
"Techniques in manifold learning: intrinsic dimension and principal
surface estimation"

**Friday March 19. No Seminar. **

**Friday March 26. No Seminar. Spring Break. **

**Friday April 2. No Seminar. **

**Friday April 9. Stochastics Seminar.**
3-4 pm. LCB 219
*Liang Peng,
Georgia Institute of Technology
*
"Empirical likelihood and jackknife empirical likelihood"

**Friday April 16. Stochastics Seminar.**
3-4 pm. LCB 219
*Ivan Matic,
University of California-Berkeley
*
"Homogenizations and large deviations for several stochastic models"

**Friday April 23. Stochastics Seminar.**
3-4 pm. LCB 219
*Mathew Joseph,
University of Utah
*
"Almost sure invariance principle for

^{d}-valued random walk in dynamic random environment"

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