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Michael Eyers

Office: B3.04

Office hours: Available on request

Research Interests: Probability theory, Brownian motion, statistical mechanics.

PhD supervisor: Stefan Adams

Current Research: Voronoi percolation and conformal invariance. My PhD thesis concentrates on Phase transitions of nearest neighbour continuum Potts models with infinite range and other continuous models.

Teaching:

Spring 2012 : Teaching Assistant for MA3H2: Markov processes and percolation

Autumn 2012 : Teaching Assistant for MA244: Analysis III

2010 - Present: First and second year undergraduate supervisor

Recent conferences and summer schools:

WARWICK EPSRC SYMPOSIUM 2013/2014, Statistical Mechanics / Mathematics of Phase Transitions

MASDOC Summer Retreat 2013, YHA Haworth in Cumbria, 13th - 15nd May 2013

2nd Joint CCA-MASDOC Student Conference, University of Warwick, 25th - 27th March 2013.

PIMS-Mprime Summer School in Probability 2012, UBC Vancouver, 3rd June - 3rd July 2012

MASDOC Summer Retreat 2012, Hartington Hall, Derbyshire, 20th - 22nd May 2012

UK Easter probability meeting, University of Warwick, 26th - 30th March 2012

YEP IX workshop, Eurandom, Eindhoven, 27th February - 2nd March, 2012

1st Joint CCA-MASDOC Student Conference, University of Cambridge, 19th - 21st March 2012.

MASDOC Summer Retreat 2011, Stanton House, The Cotswolds, 15th - 17th May 2011.

MSc Dissertation: Voronoi percolation and conformal invariance

Research study Group project: Brain imaging, fMRI, Kalman filters

Selected presentations:

May 2013: MASDOC retreat: Quermass interactions and percolation

March 2012: CCA-MASDOC Conference, University of Cambridge: RSW for Voronoi

Posters:

1. Existence of Gibbs measure, decay of correlations and RSW for Voronoi tessellations

2. Voronoi percolation and conformal invariance

3. Brain imaging (with M. Veretennikova and A. Hall)

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