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Random Walk on the symmetric Exclusion process

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SSDW01 - Self-interacting processes

In this talk, I will overview works on random walks in dynamical random environments. I will recall a result obtained in collaboration with Hilario and Teixeira and then I will focus on a work with Conchon—Kerjan and Rodriguez.Our main interest is to investigate the long-term behavior of a random walker evolving on top of the simple symmetric exclusion process (SSEP) at equilibrium, with density in [0,1].At each jump, the random walker is subject to a drift that depends on whether it is sitting on top of a particle or a hole.We prove that the speed of the walk, seen as a function of the density, exists for all density but at most one, and that it is strictly monotonic. We will explain how this helps understand the non-existence of transient regimes with zero speed. We will provide an outline of the proof, whose general strategy is inspired by techniques developed for studying the sharpness of strongly-correlated percolation models.

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