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Dimitris Lygkonis

I am a third year MASDOC student under the supervision of Nikos Zygouras and Giuseppe Cannizzaro.

  • 2019-present: PhD, Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Warwick
  • 2018-2019: MSc, Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Warwick
  • 2014-2018: BSc, Mathematics at the University of Athens
Research Interests:

Probability Theory and Statistical Mechanics

Publications and preprints:
  • (with N. Zygouras) Moments of the 2d directed polymer and a generalisation of the Erdös-Taylor theorem. (2021) arXiv: 2109.06115
  • (with N. Zygouras) Edwards-Wilkinson fluctuations for the directed polymer in the full L^2-regime for dimensions d \geq 3, to appear in Annales Institut Henri Poincaré - Probabilités et Statistiques (2021), arXiv:2005.12706
  • (with V. Nestoridis) Localized versions of function spaces and generic results, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 465 (2) (2018), p. 825-838
  • (upcoming) 23/2/2022 - Postgraduate Seminar, Warwick
  • 08/09/2021 - Moments of the 2d directed polymer and collisions of planar random walks, Directed Polymers and Folding, CIRM, Marseille (link)
  • 18/03/2021 - Directed polymers, stochastic heat equation and KPZ, SPAAM Seminar Series, Warwick
Events attended:
  • 06/09/2021 - 10/09/2021, Directed Polymers and Folding - CIRM, Marseille (workshop)
  • 31/05/2021 - 2/6/2021, SPDE's and friends - TU Berlin, (virtual)
  • 15/03/2021 - 26/03/2021, Scaling limits of disordered systems and critical stochastic PDEs: tools and results - IRTG “Stochastic Analysis in Interaction” (virtual)
  • 07/12/2020 - 12/12/2020, Joint CDT student conference - University of Cambridge (virtual)
  • 01/07/2019 - 05/07/2019, Paths between Probability, PDEs, and Physics - Imperial College London
  • 23/09/2019 - 27/09/2019, New Frontiers in Singular SPDEs and Scaling Limits - Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics
Teaching (support classes):


Term 1: MA131 Analysis I


Term 1: MA3G7 Functional Analysis I

Term 2: MA260 Norms Metrics and Topologies



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