Professor of mathematics
Department of Mathematics,
My office is the HG.G.66.3
Professional e-mail: wendelin.werner and then standard university address @ math.ethz.ch
Administration/Secretariat: Jean-Luc Pfisterer
Due to already too many such duties, I am sorry to say that it is not possible for me to accept to be part of additional evaluation/scientific/advisory boards or committees in the coming years.
If you are enquiring about a Master's Thesis supervision, please do contact me only if you have a very solid and strong background in probability theory and complex analysis.
CLE(4) gasket (by David Wilson)
cle3.org and cle4.org animations (by David Wilson)
now post most of my papers on the ArxiV preprint server:
Click here if you want to have a list of those.
Here is a briefly annotated list of some of my papers.
The Open Access version of the CLE Percolation paper (pdf file) with Jason Miller and Scott Sheffield
I signed in 2012 the costofknowledge statement about scientific publishing
Webpage of the 2017 Autumn Semester working group on Zeros of Gaussian Analytic Functions
Some courses at ETH:
Webpage of the course Brownian motion and stochastic calculus (Spring 2018) (here is the other ETH webpage of that course)
Herbstsemester 2017 (Autumn 2017): Schramm-Loewner Evolution (in English, Masters course)
Frühjahrssemester 2017 (Spring 2017): Topologie (auf Deutsch)
Herbstsemester 2016 (Fall 2016): Topics in Probability Theory (in English, Masters course)
Frühjahrssemester 2016 (Spring 2016): Topologie (auf Deutsch)
Herbstsemester 2015 (Autumn 2015): Schramm-Loewner Evolution and the Gaussian Free Field (in English -- in the framework of the Swissmap Master Classes)
Frühjahrssemester 2015: Sabbatical
Herbstsemester 2014 (Autumn 2014): Topics on the Gaussian Free Field in two dimensions (in English)
Frühjahrssemester 2014 (Spring 2014): Topologie (auf Deutsch)
Herbstsemester 2013 (Autumn 2013): An Introduction to Schramm-Loewner Evolution and Related Topics (in English)
Link to the webpage of the Probability Theory Group at ETH.
Link to the research seminars in probability theory at ETH