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Eleanor Archer

About:

I am in my final year of the MASDOC programme, supervised by Dr. David Croydon and Prof. Daniel Ueltschi. Previously, I completed my BA and MMath at King’s College, Cambridge. I also spent July-December 2019 at RIMS, Kyoto University.

I am primarily interested in random walks on critical random graphs, particularly those relating to random trees and random maps.

Research Articles:

Brownian motion on stable looptrees, 2019, submitted.

Infinite stable looptrees, Electronic Journal of Probability, Volume 25 (2020), paper no. 11, pp. 1-48.

Recent Talks:

Edge-Reinforced Random Walk and the Localisation Phenomenon, Statistics, Probability, Analysis and Applied Maths Seminar, University of Warwick, February 2020

Random Walks on Decorated Galton-Watson Trees, Probability Seminar, Universita Roma Tre, January 2020

Random walks on Looptrees, Stochastic Analysis on Large Scale Interacting Systems, Osaka University, November 2019

Geometric and Spectral Properties of Stable Looptrees, International Workshop on Stochastic Analysis and Applications, Kansai University, November 2019

Geometric and Spectral Properties of Stable Looptrees, Probability Seminar, NYU Shanghai, October 2019

See here for a full list of talks, and here for a full list of events I have attended.

Teaching 2019/20:

Teaching Assistant for MA222 Metric Spaces, MA131 Analysis II, ST202 Stochastic Processes.

Organisation:

2019 UK Joint CDT Colloquium.

Contact:

I can be contacted via email at E.Archer.1@warwick.ac.uk and my office is B0.24.

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