Wendelin WERNER

Professor of mathematics













Postal address:

Department of Mathematics, ETH
Rämistrasse 101
8092 Zürich
Switzerland

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)


I 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.



I signed in 2012 the costofknowledge statement about scientific publishing


The following serious math journals are among those that are open access and free of charge also for authors:

All the journals taken care of the Centre Mersenne (this includes Ann. Inst. Fourier, Ann. Henri Lebesgue, J. Ecole Polytechnique), Electronic Journal of Probability, Electronic Communications in Probability, Discrete Analysis, Acta Mathematica, Arkiv för Matematik, Documenta Mathematica...



I wrote in 2013 the text
Rencontres avec l'"Impact" (in French)
on Impact and Impact factors etc. Things have not really improved since then.
This has then been translated in English and published under the title "Encounters with Impact"

in the journal SubStance Volume 42, Number 1, 2013 (Issue 130) pp. 62-68.


2020-21 Courses and working groups at ETH:

Herbstsemester 2020 : Link to the site of the Working group on the Quantum Zipper

Herbstsemester 2020 (Autumn 2020) A medley of advanced probability (Lévy processes -- Large deviations -- Large random matrices) (in English, Masters course)

Frühjahrssemester 2021 (Spring 2021): Brownian motion and stochastic calculus (in English)