Wendelin WERNER

Professor of mathematics

Postal address:

Department of Mathematics, ETH
Rämistrasse 101
8092 Zürich

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.

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:

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