**Address:** Room 603, Department of Mathematics, Columbia University, 2990 Broadway New York, NY 10027

**Email**: * ic2354 at columbia dot edu*

CV, Publication list, ArXiv preprint

**Joel Lebowitz birthday zoom:** Recording, Slides.

**Upcoming organization of events:**

Universality and Integrability in Random Matrix Theory and Interacting Particle Systems

CMI-HIMR Integrable Probability Summer School

**Seminars:**

Integrable Probability Working Group

**Research group:**

Postdocs: Evgeni Dimitrov, Alisa Knizel, Konstantin Matetski.

Graduate Students: Sayan Das, Promit Ghosal, Yier Lin, Shalin Parekh, Mark Rychnovsky, Xuan Wu, Weitao Zhu.

Undergraduates: Matthew Lerner-Brecher.

Former members: Guillaume Barraquand (postdoc 2015-2018, now CNRS at ENS Physics), Jeffrey Kuan (postdoc 2015-2018, now tenure track at Texas A&M), Hao Shen (postdoc 2015-2018, now tenure track at University of Wisconsin, Madison), Li-Cheng Tsai (2016-2019, now tenure track at Rutgers University), Yujin Kim (undergraduate 2018-2019, now graduate student at NYU).

**Some past events and lecture notes:**

Charles River Lectures on Probability and Related Topics: 1st Lectures, 2nd Lectures, 3nd Lectures

Simons Symposium on KPZ mini-course Part 1, Part 2

Summer school on KPZ equation and rough paths (lecture notes: Talk 1, Talk 2 and 3, Talk 4)

Summer school on randomness in physics and mathematics (from quantum chaos to free probability) (lecture notes: Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Lecture 3, Lecture 4)

Harvard-MIT Random Matrix Theory Afternoon

Columbia / Courant Joint Probability Seminar Series: Kardar-Parisi-Zhang Universality.

MSRI Summer Graduate School on Stochastic Partial Differential Equations Lecture and TA notes

Introductory school: Disordered systems, random spatial processes and some applications Online lecture videos

Institute Poincare Lecture Series (Integrability Probability: Macdonald processes, quantum integrable systems and the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang universality class) (lecture notes: Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Lecture 3)

Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics: Random interfaces and integrable probability Slides

Dynamics, aging and universality in complex systems

Random Matrix Theory Summer Session, Park City Mathematics Institute

Dyson-Schwinger equations, topological expansions, and random matrices

Transport and localization in random media: theory and applications

**Odds and ends:**

https://vimeo.com/158330262

Early application of replica trick in work of Mark Kac