Eyal Lubetzky
Professor of Mathematics
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
Curriculum Vitae
Research interests:
Probability Theory and Combinatorics.
Professional:
 Publications:
 Teaching:

Honors Theory of Probability (MATHUA 238, Spring 2022)

Concentration Of Measure, Theory And Applications (MATHGA 2931, Spring 2022)

Previous years: Markov Chain Analysis (Spring '21, Spring '15), Probability Theory I (Fall '20),
Honors Theory of Probability (Spring '21, Spring '20),
Recent Advances in Spin Glass Theory (Spring '20),
Theory of Probability (Spring '19),
Probability: Limit Theorems I (Fall '19,
Fall '18,
Fall '17,
Fall '16,
Fall '15),
Geometry and spectrum of random regular graphs (Fall '18),
Martingales & Concentration (Fall '17),
Honors Calculus II (Spring '16).

Editorial:
 Workshop organization:

Markov Chain mixing times,
AIM, San Jose, Jun 2016.

Probabilistic and Extremal Combinatorics,
IMA, Minneapolis, Sep 2014.

Mixing rates for Markov chains, invited session at Stochastic Processes and Applications 2013.

Percolation and Interacting Systems, MSRI, Berkeley, Feb 2012.
 Ph.D. thesis, Tel Aviv University (2007).
Thesis advisor: Prof. Noga Alon.
 Talks:
 Approximate Domain Markov property for rigid Ising interfaces (AMS Fall Eastern Sectional meeting, Oct 2020)
 Maximum of 3D Ising interfaces (MIT Probability seminar, Dec 2019); And with a different focus (Oxford discrete maths and probability seminar, May 2020)
 Dynamics for the critical 2D Potts/FK model: many questions and a few answers (Charles River Lecture Series, Oct 2018)
 Large deviations in random graphs (IAS, Apr 2018)
 Asymptotics in bond percolation on expanders (Rutgers, Mar 2018)
 Random walks on Ramanujan graphs, digraphs and complexes (Berkeley, Feb 2017)
 The stochastic Ising and Potts models at criticality (Yale, Sep 2016)
 Random walks on the random graph (Southeastern Probability Conference, May 2015)
 Harmonic pinnacles in the Discrete Gaussian model (ICERM, Feb 2015)
 Information percolation for the Ising model (Buenos Aires, Jul 2014)
 The Ising model: cutoff and beyond (Harvard, Feb 2014)
 Random triangle removal (Stanford, Jan 2014)
 Limiting shape & cuberoot fluctuations of the level lines of (2+1)D SOS (Discrete Random Geometry workshop, Sweden, Aug 2013)
 Cutoff phenomenon: instant randomnesss (Hebrew University, Dec 2012)
 The static and stochastic Ising models (Stanford, May 2012)
 Minicourse on Cutoff for Ising on the Lattice, parts
I,
II,
IIIIV,
V (LaPietra, Florence, Jun 2011)
 Minicourse on mixing times of Markov Chains, parts
II,
III,
IV (PIMS summer school in probability, Jun 2010)
 Critical slowdown for the Ising model on the 2D lattice (Harvard, Mar 2010)
 Cutoff for the Ising model on the lattice (MIT, Mar 2010)
 Anatomy of a young giant component in the random graph (Rome, Feb 2010)
 Glauber Dynamics for Spin Systems at High & Critical Temperatures (ICMP 2009)
 Cutoff Phenomena in Random Walks on Random Regular Graphs (Oberwolfach, Apr 2009)
 Nonbacktracking random walks on expanders (UW, Nov 2007)
 Uniformly cross intersecting families
 Shannon capacity and Index Coding
Contact
Info:
Eyal Lubetzky
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
251 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10012
Office address: Warren Weaver Hall 1012
Tel: (212) 9983381
Fax: (212) 9954121
Email:
Miscellaneous links:
 My wife Anat is an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at NYU.