Minority Report explores a world where a technological breakthrough has allowed mankind to foresee violent crimes a few minutes before they take place. The predictions are infallible except – and here the logic must not be excessively scrutinised — a special police unit can race to the scene, intervene, and alter the course of the otherwise unalterable future. Naturally, the short forecast horizon makes for dramatic scenes.
LML External Fellow Isaac Perez has completed and submitted his joint paper titled ‘Level compressibility for the Anderson model on regular random graphs and the absence of non-ergodic extended eigenfunctions’ to Physical Review Letters. Working alongside Fernando Metz from the University of Santa Maria, Brazil, the full paper can be accessed here. Read more
London Mathematical Laboratory
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Everything you always wanted to know about Ergodicity Economics
Center for Sundhed og Samfund
3 December 2019
The Advent of Ergodicity Economics. An Overview of (Some) Results.
MPI MIS, Leipzig
7 January 2020
Pather Panchali + Presentation from Sunetra Gupta
Science on Screen
4 February 2020
Ergodicity Economics School
23 March to 3 April 2020