Random matrices and the asymptotic behavior of the zeros of the Taylor approximants of the exponential function

5 December 2013
Ken McLaughlin
The plan: start with an introduction to several random matrix ensembles and discuss asymptotic properties of the eigenvalues of the matrices, the last one being the so-called "Normal Matrix Model", and the connection described in the title will be explained. If all goes well I will end with an explanation of asymptotic computations for a new normal matrix model example, which demonstrates a form of universality. (NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE TO L2)
  • Industrial and Applied Mathematics Seminar