Free probability and the large N limit, IV: Conference program

Location: 740 Evans Hall

Talk titles link to slides whenever available.

Tuesday March 25

09:30-10:15 Dan Voiculescu, Bi-free convolution in the plane and the simplest bi-free R-transform
10:30-11:15 F. Alberto Grunbaum, Recurrence properties of quantum walks
11:30-12:15 Vadim Gorin, Quantized free convolution via representations of classical Lie groups


2:00-2:45 Ivan Nourdin, Limit theorems for multiple integrals: an overview of recent results and some open problems
3:00-3:45 Makoto Yamashita, Poisson boundary of monoidal categories
4:00-4:45 David Renfrew, Products of random matrices
4:55-5:25 Adam Merberg, Generalized Brownian motion with multiple processes
5:30-6:00 Jonathan Novak, Remarks on the Edrei-Voiculescu theorem

Wednesday, March 26

09:30-10:15 Roland Speicher, Polynomials in free variables
10:30-11:15 Alexandru Nica, Double-ended queues and joint moments of left-right canonical operators on full Fock space
11:30-12:15 Paul Skoufranis, On Two-Faced Families of Non-Commutative Random Variables


2:00-2:45 Paul Bourgade, Local quantum unique ergodicity for random matrices
3:00-3:45 John Williams, Non-Commutative Functions and Nevanlinna's representation
4:00-4:45 Romuald Lenczewski, Matricial R-circular systems of operators and random matrices
5:00-5:45 Todd Kemp, Fluctuations of Brownian Motion on GLN

Thursday, March 27

09:30-10:15 Brent Nelson, Free monotone transport without a trace
10:30-11:15 Michael Hartglass, C*-algebras from weighted graphs
11:30-12:15 Vaughan Jones, Do all subfactors come from conformal field theory?


2:00-2:45 Alice Guionnet, Approximate transport maps and universality in Random matrix theory
3:00-3:45 Gaetan Borot, Loop equations and all-order asymptotics in mean field models with Coulomb repulsion
4:00-4:45 Ken Dykema, Quantum symmetric states
5:00-5:45 Claus Koestler, From distributional symmetries to central limit laws

Friday, March 28

09:30-10:15 Dima Shlyakhtenko, Large N limits of Random Matrix Models.
10:30-11:15 Charles Bordenave, Outlier eigenvalues for deformed i.i.d. random matrices
11:30-12:15 Serban Belinschi, On the free convolution with an operator-valued semicircular: an exercise following Biane


2:00-2:45 Lauren Williams, Positroid and non-crossing partitions
3:00-3:45 Natasha Blitvic, SIF Permutations and Chord-connected Permutations
4:00-4:45 Octavio Arizmendi, K-divisible partitions in first and second order freeness
5:00-5:45 Roland Friedrich, On the geometry related to Free Probability

Saturday, March 29

09:30-10:15 Yoann Dabrowski, Free transport for convex potentials
10:30-11:15 Franz Lehner, Cumulants for Spreadibility Systems
11:30-12:15 Yoshimichi Ueda, Orbital free entropy and its Legendre transform approach


1:30-2:15 Jamie Mingo, Freeness and the Transpose
2:30-3:00 Stephen Avsec, Recent results on Noncommutative Exchangeable Brownian Motions
3:10-3:55 Ben Hayes, Sofic Entropy and Metric Mean Dimension of Algebraic Actions
4:00-4:45 Michael Anshelevich, Free convolution semigroups and coefficient stripping

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