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Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Professor of Probability

Research Interests: Probability theory. More specifically, Gaussian free field, SLE, dimer model, Liouville quantum gravity, random graphs, random walks and mixing times, branching and coalescing systems, and relation to partial differential equations.

Publications

An integral test for the transience of a Brownian path with limited local time
I Enjamini, N Berestycki
РAnnales de l'Institut Henri Poincar̩ (B) Probabilit̩s et Statistique
(2011)
47,
539
Survival of Near-Critical Branching Brownian Motion
J Berestycki, N Berestycki, J Schweinsberg
– Journal of Statistical Physics
(2011)
143,
833
Emergence of giant cycles and slowdown transition in random transpositions and $k$-cycles
N Berestycki
– Electronic Journal of Probability
(2010)
16,
152
The genealogy of branching Brownian motion with absorption
J Berestycki, N Berestycki, J Schweinsberg
– The Annals of Probability
(2013)
41,
527
MIXING TIMES FOR RANDOM k-CYCLES AND COALESCENCE-FRAGMENTATION CHAINS
N Berestycki, O Schramm, O Zeitouni
– Ann. Probab.
(2010)
39,
1815
Random paths with bounded local time
I Benjamini, N Berestycki
– Journal of the European Mathematical Society
(2010)
12,
819
Recent progress in coalescent theory
N Berestycki
– Ensaios Matematicos
(2009)
16,
1
Kingman's coalescent and Brownian motion
J Berestycki, N Berestycki
– Alea (Rio de Janeiro): Latin American journal of probability and mathematical statistics
(2009)
6,
239
Survival, extinction and ergodicity in a spatially continuous population model
N Berestycki, AM Etheridge, M Hutzenthaler
– Markov Processes and Related Fields
(2009)
15,
265
The $\Lambda$-coalescent speed of coming down from infinity
J Berestycki, N Berestycki, V Limic
– Ann. Probab.
(2010)
38,
207
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Room

D2.07

Telephone

01223 337962