Video Lectures

We consider a class of interacting particle systems with two types, A and B which perform independent random walks at different speeds. Type A particles turn into type B when they meet another type B particle. This class of systems includes models...

Most of the visible matter in the Universe is a plasma, that is a dilute gas of ions, electrons, and neutral atoms. In many circumstances, the dynamics of this plasma can be modeled in the continuum limit, using the equations of fluid mechanics...

IAS Director Robbert Dijkgraaf recently remarked that 21st century scientists are shifting “from studying what is to what could be.” We urgently need a social science of what could be, if we are to face challenges from inequality and racial...