Dr Agelos Georgakopoulos
Dr Agelos GeorgakopoulosAssociate Professor (Reader) Office: B2.23 Go to Personal homepage |
Teaching Responsibilities 2019/20:
Term 2: MA3H2 Markov processes and percolation theory
Research Interests:
Infinite graphs, and their interactions with other fields of mathematics. In particular Potential Theory, Stochastic Processes, (Algebraic) Topology, and Groups acting on graphs. Random walks on infinite and finite graphs.
Selected recent publications:
A. Georgakopoulos and C. Panagiotis. Analyticity results in Bernoulli percolation. Preprint 2018.
A. Georgakopoulos, J. Haslegrave, R. Montgomery and B. Narayanan. Spanning surfaces in 3-graphs. Preprint 2018.
A. Georgakopoulos and Matthias Hamann. The planar Cayley graphs are effectively enumerable. Preprint 2015.
A. Georgakopoulos. The planar cubic Cayley graphs. Memoirs of the AMS, 250, no. 1190, 2017.
A. Georgakopoulos. The Boundary of a Square Tiling of a Graph coincides with the Poisson Boundary. Invent. Math., 203(3), pp. 773-821, 2016.
A. Georgakopoulos. Cycle decompositions: from graphs to continua. Advances in Mathematics, 229(2):935–967, 2012.
A. Georgakopoulos. Infinite Hamilton Cycles in Squares of Locally Finite Graphs. Advances in Mathematics, 220:670–705, 2009.