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APRG Seminar

Title: Mated trees and a Peano curve in the directed landscape
Speaker: Manan Bhatia (MIT, Boston, USA)
Date: 28 June 2024
Time: 2:15 pm
Venue: LH-1, Mathematics Department

A recurrent theme encountered in many models of random geometry is that of two trees glued to one another with a space-filling curve snaking in between them. In this talk, we first recall a few examples of this, namely, Brownian geometry, Liouville quantum gravity, and the Brownian web. Subsequently, we discuss the construction of a pair of interlaced trees and the corresponding Peano curve in the directed landscape, the conjectural universal scaling limit of models in the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang universality class. Finally, we look at the question of determining the precise Holder and variation regularity of this space-filling curve and discuss some of the ideas involved in the proof. Based on the works arxiv:2304.03269 (joint with Riddhipratim Basu) and arxiv:2301.07704.

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Last updated: 15 Jul 2024