RTG 2131

Research training school (RTG) 2131

High-dimensional Phenomena in Probability -
Fluctuations and Discontinuity

The Research Training Group (RTG) High-dimensional Phenomena in Probability - Fluctuations and Discontinuity offers excellent national and international graduates in the mathematical sciences the opportunity to conduct internationally visible doctoral research in probability theory. The goal of the RTG is to bring together the joint expertise on aspects of high dimension in probability. In the study of random structures in high dimensions, one frequently observes universality in limit theorems (fluctuations) as well as phase transitions (discontinuities). These aspects form the common focus of a large number of currently active research projects in stochastic processes. The cooperation of several research groups will offer the Ph.D. students the unique opportunity to gain experience beyond their own research topic, thus giving a broad scientific education. The RTG is supported by top level research groups in probability theory and its applications, stochastic analysis, stochastic geometry and mathematical physics. The research groups involved in the RTG have recently successfully carried out externally funded research projects in probability and statistics. As a rule, each doctoral student in the RTG will be supervised by two PIs.

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