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Aggregation and Coalescence III

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These talks will aim to give an introduction to recent work (joint with Amanda Turner) on some models for planar random growth, which are encoded in terms of compositions of conformal maps. Properties of the evolving aggregation cluster will be derived for the asymptotic of small particle size and long time. A link will be demonstrated with the coalescing Brownian flow on the circle which eventually allows us to describe a non-trivial internal random tree structure for the clusters.

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