Julian Gold

NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Northwestern, my sponsoring scientist is Antonio Auffinger.

I am co-organizing the Probability and Analysis seminar.

PhD from UCLA in June 2017. My advisor was Marek Biskup.

Interests:
Probability, Percolation, Random Spatial Processes

Contact:
last@math.northwestern.edu
Lunt 301

Papers:

  • Dynamical freezing in a spin glass system with logarithmic correlations
    with A. Cortines and O. Louidor, to appear Electron. J. Probab. (arXiv, slides)
  • Intrinsic isoperimetry of the giant component of supercritical bond percolation in dimension two
    to appear Electron. J. Probab. (arXiv)
  • Isoperimetry in supercritical bond percolation in dimensions three and higher
    to appear Ann. Inst. H. Poincaré Probab. Statist. (arXiv, slides)
  • A bound for orderings of Reidemeister moves
    Algebr. Geom. Topol. 13 (2013), 3099-3110 (arXiv)
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