Department of Mathematics

Colloquium

  •  Laure Saint-Raymond, École normale supérieure de Lyon
  •  Disorder increases almost surely (First Phillips Lecture)
  •  03/09/2020
  •  6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  •  105AB Kellogg Center

In the every day life, there are many examples of mixing phenomena : milk and water in a same container will not stay separate from each other, marbles in a bag will not line up spontaneously according to their color, ... In this first talk, we intend to study a simple mathematical model which explains why we can observe spontaneous mixing but not the reverse phenomenon.

 

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Michigan State University
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