## Alexander Fribergh |

## Currently professeur adjoint at the Université de Montréal |

Université de Montréal

Pavillon AndrĂ©-Aisenstadt

2920, chemin de la Tour

Montréal (Québec) H3T 1J4

Here is my CV (outdated)

Research |

- Biased random walks in i.i.d. positive random conductances on Zd.

Accepted for publication in Annals of Probability

- Biased walk on critical Galton-Watson trees conditioned to survive,

with David Croydon and Takashi Kumagai.

Accepted for publication in Probability Theory and Related Fields

- A proof of the Lyons-Pemantle conjecture for high biases,

with Gérard Ben Arous and Vladas Sidoravicius.

Accepted for publication in Communications in Pure and Applied Mathematics

- Phase transition for the speed of the biased random walk on the supercritical percolation cluster,

with Alan Hammond.

Accepted for publication in Communications in Pure and Applied Mathematics

- The speed of a biased random walk on a percolation cluster at high density.

Ann. Probab. Volume 38, Number 5 (2010), 1717-1782.

- On the slowdown and speedup of transient random walks in random environment,

with Nina Gantert and Serguei Popov.

Probability Theory and Related Fields May 2010, Volume 147, Issue 1-2, pp 43-88.

- Biased random walks on a Galton-Watson tree with leaves,

with Gérard Ben Arous, Nina Gantert and Alan Hammond.

Ann. Probab. Volume 40, Number 1 (2012), 280-338.

Teaching |

- Fall 2011 - Calculus 2.

- Spring 2011 - Basic probability .

- Fall 2010 - Calculus 1.

- Spring 2009 - Calculus 3.

- Fall 2009 - Calculus 3.

Thesis |

I did a PhD under the supervision of Prof. Christophe SABOT .

Here is the manuscript: Random walks in random environment and slowdown phenomena