The online graduate school, part of the ANR Project RAW “Random operators Arising in the study of random Walks”, is addressed to master, PhD students and postdocs, and people interested in the topics of random Schrödinger operators and their connection to random walks or stochastic process (in random environments).
The school will take place over 5 days: June 28, 29 and July 5-7, with 4h of lectures every day to accommodate participants from different time zones (mainly CET, GMT-3, GMT+8). It will consist of
- Mini courses with exercise sessions by Martin Vogel (CNRS & U. Strasbourg), Emmanuel Jacob (ENS Lyon),
- Mini courses by Peter Müller (LMU Munich), Oriane Blondel (CNRS & U. Claude Bernard Lyon 1) and Alain Joye (U. Grenoble Alpes)
- Introductory talks by Amine Asselah (U. Paris-Est Créteil), Eman Hamza (Cairo University), Katarzyna Pietruska-Pałuba (U. of Warsaw), Silke Rolles (TU Munich), Christian Sadel (P. Universidad Católica de Chile), Albert H. Werner (U. of Copenhagen).
For more details and registration, see the following link: https://sites.google.com/view/anr-jcjc-raw/raw-graduate-school