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Biased Random Walks among random conductances

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We present some recent results on biased random walks among random conductances. In particular, we discuss steady states, the Einstein relation and monotonicity of the speed. We also give a result about Mott walks.

The results were obtained in collaboration with Jan Nagel and Xiaoqin Guo, and with Alessandra Faggionato and Michele Salvi.

This talk is part of the Probability series.

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