CMT Forum: Werner Krauth (ENS)

Seminars and colloquia
Simpkins Lee

Werner Krauth (ENS)

Seminar series
CMT Forum
Knowledge of physics?
Yes, knowledge of physics required
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Mixing, stopping, lifting, and other keys to the second Markov-chain revolution

In this talk, I will discuss recent transformative concepts in the theory and practice of Monte Carlo algorithms. As examples, I will consider card shuffling, reversible and non-reversible single-particle motion, and the brand-new lifted TASEP (totally asymmetric simple exclusion process), a solvable example of event-chain Monte Carlo dynamics for N-particle systems.