Stochastic processes on evolving networks
Mini-WORKshop, August 28--30, 2019
In the last decade, stochastic processes on networks became ubiquitous in the sciences.
However, the mathematical theory of stochastic processes on networks is still in its infancy.
In this workshop, we focus on the key examples of such processes: first passage percolation, noise sensitivity and dynamic percolation (reachability by paths in a random medium), spin systems on networks (emerging patterns in the systems of many interacting variables on networks).
The aim of the workshop is to trigger further advances in the theory of stochastic processes on evolving networks.
- Begin: August 28, 2019, ≈13:00
- End: August 30, 2019, ≈13:30
- The registration is now closed.