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Seminar

Extreme value problems in random matrix theory, spin glasses and directed polymers

Bouchaud, J-P (CEA Saclay)
Friday 30 June 2006, 09:00-10:00

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute

Abstract

We will review a few applications of extreme values in the theory of disordered systems and mention several open problems, in particular concerning the generalisation of Parisi's solution or of the Tracy-Widom distribution when the disorder has "fat tails".

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