Ofer Busani's Home Page

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Address: Universität Bonn
Endenicher Allee 60
Bonn, Germany
E-mail: busani at
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I am a HCM postdoc at the university of Bonn, before that I was a postdoc at the university of Bristol. I am mainly interested in probabilistic models that have strong connections to statistical physics such as random growth processes, interacting particle systems, and more generally in probability theory.


Courses I have taught

Papers and Preprints

  1. With Riddhipratim Basu and Patrik Ferrari On the exponent governing the correlation decay of the Airy1 process. arXiv:2203.13242. 2022.
  2. With Timo Seppäläinen and Evan Sorensen The stationary horizon and semi-infinite geodesics in the directed landscape. arXiv:2203.13242. 2022.
  3. Diffusive scaling limit of the Busemann process in Last Passage Percolation. arXiv:2110.03808 - submitted. 2021
  4. With Gidi Amir, Christophe Bahadoran, Ellen Saada. Invariant measures for multilane exclusion process. arXiv:2105.12974 - submitted. 2021
  5. With Timo Seppäläinen. Non-existence of bi-infinite polymer Gibbs measures. Electronic Journal of Probability. 2022
  6. With Timo Seppäläinen. Bounds on the running maximum of a random walk with small drift. ALEA. 2022
  7. With Patrik L. Ferrari. Universality of the geodesic tree in last passage percolation. Annals of Probability. 2020
  8. With Marton Balazs, Timo Seppäläinen. Local stationarity of exponential last passage percolation. Probability Theory and Related Fields. 2021
  9. With Gidi Amir, Patricia Goncalves, James Martin. The TAZRP speed process. Ann. Inst. Henri Poincaré Probab. Stat..2019
  10. With Marton Balazs, Timo Seppäläinen. Non-existence of bi-infinite geodesics in the exponential corner growth model. Forum of Mathematics, Sigma. 2020
  11. Continuous Time Random Walk as a Random Walk in Random Environment. arXiv:1709.02141.2018
  12. Finite dimensional Fokker-Planck equations for continuous time random walk
    . Stochastic Processes and their Applications. 2017.
  13. Aging Uncoupled Continuous Time Random Walk Limits. Electronic Journal of Probability. 2016.