Daniel Remenik
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematical Engineering at Universidad de Chile.
Research Interests
My main research area is probability theory. In recent years I have been working on problems related with the KPZ universality class. Most of the models that appear in this area are motivated by statistical mechanics, and include directed polymers, growth models, particle systems and SPDEs. I have also done work in the area of interacting particle systems, and in particular applications to biology and economics.
Preprints and latest publications

K. Matetski, J. Quastel, D. Remenik.
The KPZ fixed point.
arXiv

J. Quastel, D. Remenik.
How flat is flat in random interface growth?
To appear in Transactions of the American Mathematical Society.
arXiv

G. B. Nguyen, D. Remenik.
Extreme statistics of nonintersecting Brownian paths.
Electronic Journal of Probability 22, Paper No. 102, 40pp (2017).
arXiv  Journal link

G. B. Nguyen, D. Remenik.
Nonintersecting Brownian bridges and the Laguerre Orthogonal Ensemble.
Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré Probabilités et Statistiques 53, 20052019 (2017).
arXiv

J. Ortmann, J. Quastel, D. Remenik.
A Pfaffian representation for flat ASEP.
Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 70, 389 (2017).
arXiv

J. Ortmann, J. Quastel, D. Remenik.
Exact formulas for random growth with halfflat initial data.
Annals of Applied Probability 16, 507548 (2016).
arXiv

P. Moisset de Espanés, I. Rapaport, D. Remenik, J. Urrutia.
Robust reconstruction of BarabásiAlbert networks in the broadcast congested clique model.
Networks, 67, 8291 (2016).
Preprint  Journal link

A. Borodin, I. Corwin, D. Remenik.
A classical limit of Noumi's qintegral operator.
Symmetry, Integrability and Geometry: Methods and Applications (SIGMA) 098 (2015).
arXiv  Journal link

I. Corwin, J. Quastel, D. Remenik.
Renormalization fixed point of the KPZ universality class. Journal of Statistical Physics 160, 815834 (2015).
arXiv

A. Borodin, I. Corwin, D. Remenik.
Multiplicative functionals on ensembles of nonintersecting paths.
Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré Probabilités et Statistiques
51, 2858 (2015).
arXiv

J. Quastel, D. Remenik.
Tails of the endpoint distribution of directed polymers.
Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré Probabilités et Statistiques
51, 115 (2015).
arXiv

J. Quastel, D. Remenik.
Airy processes and variational problems. Chapter in Topics in Percolative and Disordered Systems.
Ed. by A. Ramírez, G. Ben Arous, P. A. Ferrari, C. Newman, V. Sidoravicius, and M. E. Vares. Springer
Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, Vol. 69, pp. 121171 (2014).
arXiv
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Departmento de Ingeniería Matemática
Universidad de Chile
Casilla 170, Correo 3
Santiago, Chile
Email: my first initial followed by my last name (at) dim (dot) uchile (dot) cl
Last modified: November 2017