Registration is free. To register, please use the registration form.
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided for all registered participants.
For further information, please contact Tabitha Mischler, Event Coordinator.
- Constantinos Daskalakis (MIT)
- Alan Hammond (UC Berkeley)
- Felix Otto (Max Planck Institute)
- Nike Sun (MIT)
|9:30-10:15 AM||Registration & breakfast|
|10:15-11:05 AM||Constantinos Daskalakis||Efficient Statistics from Truncated and Dependent Samples|
|11:10-12:00 PM||Alan Hammond||Geodesic trees and Brownian watermelons: universality in models of local random growth|
|1:25-2:15 PM||Felix Otto||Stochastic Homogenization|
|2:20-3:00 PM||Alisa Knizel||Generalization of TASEP in continuous inhomogeneous space|
|3:00-3:30 PM||Coffee break|
|3:30-4:20 PM||Nike Sun||Capacity lower bound for the Ising perceptron|
|4:25-5:05 PM||Oanh Nguyen||Survival and extinction of epidemics on random graphs with general degrees|
Directions & Local Information
The workshop will be held in Princeton Neuroscience Institute A32
We gratefully acknowledge sponsorship from the ORFE department that makes this event possible.