8-12 August 2011
University of Iceland
Europe/Stockholm timezone

Reykjavik, Iceland


The purpose of this school is to introduce PhD students and young researchers to a selection of topics in Random Geometry through lecture series by experts in the field. Topics to be covered include percolation theory, statistical mechanics, random matrices, stochastic Loewner evolution and random graphs.

Main lecturers

  • Maria Deijfen (Stockholm University)
  • Bertrand Eynard (Saclay)
  • Geoffrey Grimmett (Cambridge University)
  • Richard Kenyon (Brown University)
  • Kalle Kytölä (University of Helsinki)


Applicants should fill in the registration form and forward a letter of recommendation from their supervisor or other person familiar with the applicant's research to the e-mail address


We expect to be able to cover local and travel expences for around thirty participants. Information about acceptance will be sent to applicants around May 15.

Sponsored by

NordForsk network "Random Geometry", ESF network RGLIS, Nordita, University of Iceland
University of Iceland