Florian VölleringI am a Research Associate at the University of Bath, and before that PostDocs in Münster(Marcel Ortgiese), Berlin(Jochen Blath) and Göttingen(Anja Sturm). I did my Phd in Leiden and Delft with Frank Redig and Frank den Hollander. Research InterestsIn my research I am interested in many areas of probabilty theory, for example variance inequalities, coupling arguments, interacting particle systems, random walks in dynamic random environments and mathematical biology Preprints and Publications
The Algebraic Approach to Duality: an Introduction
Entrance laws for annihilating Brownian motions Constant curvature metrics for Markov chains
A new look at duality for the symbiotic branching model
Explicit LDP for a slowed RW driven by a symmetric exclusion process
Absolute Continuity and Weak Uniform Mixing of Random Walk in Dynamic Random Environment On maximal agreement couplings The supercritical contact process has exponential decay of the variance
Talagrand's inequality for Interacting Particle Systems satisfying a logSobolev inequality
Symmetric exclusion as a random environment: hydrodynamic limits
A variance inequality for Glauber dynamics applicable to high and low temperature regimes
Random walks in dynamic random environment: A transference principle
Transient random walk in symmetric exclusion:
limit theorems and an Einstein relation
Poincaré inequality for Markov random fields via disagreement percolation Concentration of Additive Functionals for Markov Processes and Applications to Interacting Particle Systems, with F. Redig
Coupling, Concentration and Random Walks in Dynamic Random Environments
Quenched asymptotics of the parabolic Anderson model with a single catalyst Contact
