2018
May
29

# Dynamics Lunch: Matan Seidel (Huji) - "The Mass Transport Principle in Percolation Theory"

12:00pm to 1:00pm

## Location:

Manchester lounge

The Mass Transport Principle is a useful technique that was introduced to the study of automorphism-invariant percolations by Häggström in 1997. The technique is a sort of mass conservation principle, that allows us to relate random properties (such as the random degree of a vertex) to geometric properties of the graph.

I will introduce the principle and the class of unimodular graphs on which it holds, as well as a few of its applications.

I will introduce the principle and the class of unimodular graphs on which it holds, as well as a few of its applications.