Malin Palö Forsström
I am currently a visiting lecturer at Gothenburg University, lecturing at Chalmers Univeristy of Technology.
Before this I was a postdoctoral researcher in probability theory at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, working with Fredrik Viklund and Jonatan Lenells. I finished my PhD at Chalmers University of technology in 2019, working together with Jeffrey E. Steif.
My current webpage can be found
Wilson loops in the abelian lattice Higgs model
Decay of correlations in finite Abelian lattice gauge theories
Communications in Mathematical Physics, 36 pages, (2022).
Wilson loops in finite Abelian lattice gauge theories.
Accepted for publication in Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré (B) Probabilités et Statistiques, 37 pages, (2021). With Jonatan Lenells and Fredrik Viklund
When are sequences of Boolean functions tame?
Electronic Communications in Probability, Vol. 26, paper no. 64, 1-13, (2021).
A tame sequence of transitive Boolean functions.
Electronic Communications in Probability, Vol. 25, paper no. 83, pp. 1-8, (2020).
Color representations of Ising models.
Journal of Theoretical Probability, 33 pages, (2020).
A formula for hidden regular variation behavior for symmetric stable distributions.
Divide and color representations for threshold Gaussian and stable vectors.
Electronic Journal of Probability, Vol. 25, paper no. 54, 45 pages, (2020). With Jeffrey Steif
An analysis of the induced linear operators associated to divide and color models.
Journal of Theoretical Probability, 18 pages, (2020) With Jeffrey Steif
A few surprising integrals.
Statistics and Probability Letters, Volume 157 , 4 pages, (2020). With Jeffrey Steif
Denseness of volatile and nonvolatile sequences of Boolean functions.
Stochastic Processes and their Applications, Vol. 128, Issue 11 (2018), pp. 3880--3896.
Monotonicity properties of exclusion sensitivity.
Electronic Journal of Probability, Vol. 21, 22 pages, (2016), paper no. 45.
The spectrum and convergence rates of exclusion and interchange processes on the complete graph.
Journal of Theoretical Probability, Vol. 30, Issue 2 (2017), pp. 639--654.
With Johan Jonasson
Exact Hausdorff measures of Cantor sets.
Real analysis exchange, Vol. 39, No. 2 (2013-2014), pp. 367-384.
Current and recent teaching
- MVE580 Differential equations and linear algbra (Chalmers, 2022)
- LMA401 Analysis in one variable (Chalmers, 2022)
- SF2930 Regression Analysis (KTH, 2022)
Grants and awards
- 2021: Ruth och Nils-Erik Stenbäcks stiftelse
- 2019: Kungliga vetenskapsakademin, Stiftelsen G S Magnusons fond
- 2015: Stiftelsen Olle Engkvist byggmästare
- 2014: SveFuM
I am primarily interested in various topics within discrete probability theory. My current main interest is appliying probabilistic methods to understand the properties of lattice gauge theories and related models. I am also interested in the relationship between various properties, such as the noise sensitivity, volatility, total incluence etc. of Boolean functions.
- 2022-12: Quantization days 3.0
- 2022-08: Quantum Fields and Probability, Institut Mittag-Leffler
- 2022-08: 28th Nordic Congress of Mathematicians, Aalto University, invited session
- 2022-03: Percolation Today (together with Sky Cao)
- 2022-02: Durham Probability Seminar
- 2021-11: Grenoble Probability Seminar
- 2021-07: ICMP 2021: Young Researchers Symposium, invited talk
- 2021-05: CUNY Probability Seminar
- 2021-01: Spatial Networks and Percolation, Mathematisches Forschungsinsitut Oberwolfach
- 2020-11: Probability seminar, Chalmers University of Technology
- 2020-07: Women in Probability, Technical University of Munich, invited speaker
- 2020-03: Probability seminar, University of Stockholm
- 2020-02: Random matrix seminar, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- 2019-06: 50 Years of the Random Cluster Model
- 2019-05: Probability seminar, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- 2019-11: Uppsala probability seminar
- 2018-06: SPA 2018, contributed session
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