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### Friday, February 1st, 2019

- 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamics system forced by space-time white noise

Kazuo YamazakiHylan 1106A

### Friday, February 15th, 2019

- 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Stationary Coalescing Walks: Entropy

Arjun Krishnan, University of RochesterHylan 1106A

### Friday, February 22nd, 2019

- 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Ranking as a low-dimensional signal of socio-economic processes in complex systems.

Gourab Ghoshal, UR PhysicsHylan 1106A

### Friday, March 1st, 2019

- 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Probability Reading Group

Arjun Krishnan and Sevak MkrtchyanHylan 1106A

### Friday, March 22nd, 2019

- 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Probability Reading Group

Sevak MkrtchyanHylan 1106A

### Friday, March 29th, 2019

- 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Stochastic quantization of Yang-Mills via regularity structures

Hao Shen (U. Wisconsin-Madison)Hylan 1106A

### Friday, April 5th, 2019

- 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

A measure of maximal entropy for the finite horizon periodic Lorentz gas

Mark Demers, Fairfield UniversityHylan 1106A

### Friday, April 26th, 2019

- 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Exact Asymptotic Speed of a Traveling Wave with Large Noise

Carl Mueller, RochesterHylan 1106A

### Friday, May 3rd, 2019

- 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Free boundary Schur process

Mirjana Vuletic, U Mass BostonHylan 1106A

### Friday, May 10th, 2019

- 11:00 AM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Introduction to Computable Analysis.

Daniel Coronel, Universidad Andres Bello, ChileHylan 1106A - 3:00 PM
**Probability, Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics Seminar**

Computability of Invariant Measures.

Daniel Coronel, Universidad Andres Bello, ChileHylan 1106A