The probability group conducts research in theoretical probability. Some of the areas which are covered by the group are: interacting particle systems and percolation, statistical mechanics, stochastic partial differential equations, mixing rates for Markov chains, ergodic theory, stochastic optimization, stochastic geometry and point processes.

## Seminar

We participate in the joint Analysis and Probability Seminar on Tuesdays, 15:15-16:15, room MV:L14. It is announced on the Calendar of Mathematical Sciences.## Group Members

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Patrik Albin | Aspects of stochastic processes including extreme values and SDE's | |

Michael Björklund | Applications of ergodic theory within different areas of mathematics | |

Jakob Björnberg | Statistical mechanics, spin systems | |

Erik Broman | Statistical mechanics, fractal percolation, infinite range percolation, interacting particle systems | |

Malin Palö Forsström | | |

Peter Hegarty | Discrete probability | |

Olle Häggström | Percolation, interacting particle systems, Markov chains | |

Johan Jonasson | Discrete probability theory and statistical mechanics | |

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Annika Lang | Stochastic partial differential equations, random fields, stochastic simulation | |

Holger Rootzén | Extreme value theory, empirical processes, Gaussian processes, statistics | |

Jeff Steif | Particle systems, percolation and ergodic theory | |

Johan Tykesson | Percolation theory | |

Johan Wästlund | Random optimization problems, games, automated theorem proving | |

Sergei Zuyev | Percolation, stochastic geometry, telecommunications modeling, stochastic stability and optimization, experimental design | |

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PhD students |
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Mattias Byléhn | Point processes and random measures on homogeneous spaces | |

Richard Cullman | | |

Lorents Landgren | Poissonian random fractals, percolation on finite graphs |