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On the complex cascade and the complex branching Brownian motion

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Random Geometry

Co-authors: Rhodes (Universit Paris Est), Vargas (ENS Paris)

In 2013, Lacoin, Rhodes and Vargas introduced the complex Gaussian multiplicative chaos and exhibited for this model a phase transition diagram. This diagram contains three phases and three frontiers. In this talk we will study the frontier I/II in the context of the complex dyadic Gaussian branching random walk (complex cascade) and the phase II in the context of the complex branching Brownian motion.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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