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Recent applications of a rigorous renormalisation group method to critical phenomena

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We discuss recent results obtained using a rigorous renormalisation group method. The results include proofs of existence of logarithmic scaling factors in the critical behaviour of 4-dimensional multi-component spin models and weakly self-avoiding walk, and were obtained in collaborations with David Brydges, Roland Bauerschmidt, and Alexandre Tomberg.

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