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 Wednesday, 15. May 2013

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 15:15 – 16:20


Abstract :


Multiplicative chaos is a theory developed by Kahane in the eighties. It deals with multiplicative processes generating

random measures with nontrivial multi fractal properties. These measures have recently played prominent role in models

of two-dimensional quantum gravity. They provide also simple models of spin glass phase transition which occurs

as a model parameter (“temperature”) is varied. I will review the basic theory of multiplicative chaos and discuss some

recent results on the critical and low temperature phase.



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