CIMPA School: Buenos Aires 2018

360⁰ Panorama of Plaza de Mayo. Picture Source:

Geometry and scaling of random structures

Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 15 to 27, 2018.

Invited Courses

Amine Asselah, Paris
Hydrophobic Polymer

Christophe Garban, Lyon
Liouville quantum gravity and multiplicative Chaos theory

Milton Jara, IMPA
Non-equilibrium fluctuations of interacting particle systems

Claudio Landim, IMPA
Metastability of conservative systems

Jason Miller, Cambridge
Continuum Gaussian free field and Liouville quantum gravity

Perla Sousi, Cambridge
Transient Random Walks

Scientific comittee

Pablo A. Ferrari, UBA

Claudio Landim, Impa

Alejandro Ramirez, PUC Chile

Cristina Toninelli, Paris Diderot

Ofer Zeitouni, Rehovot, New York


Amine Asselah, Paris

Pablo A. Ferrari, UBA


Local contact: pferrari at

Context and objectives

Recent developments in the applied sciences have required the use of stochastic models and tools, and the resulting interplay with Probability has been a rich source of research problems and inspiration. The relation between microscopic behavior and macroscopic laws in Physics, problems arising in Population Biology related to growth and competition, the need to model and control complex graphs such as the the web in Computer Sciences, or understanding learning through neural networks, have posed new challenges.