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Yvan Velenik

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Full name: Yvan Velenik
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Website: http://www.unige.ch/math/folks/velenik/

Professor at the Mathematics department of the University of Geneva. Mostly working at the intersection of probability theory and statistical physics.

With a colleague, we have recently written an introductory book on the (classical) equilibrium statistical physics of lattice spin systems, from a mathematically rigorous point of view. It has been published by Cambridge University Press. A more detailed description, as well as the latest preprint version of the book can be found here. Your feedback (typos, errors, comments) would be appreciated!

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Score: 1,110 points (ranked #34)      (breakdown)
Questions: 3
Answers: 12
Comments: 73
Voted on: 4 questions, 10 answers
Gave out: 12 up votes, 2 down votes
Received: 134 up votes, 0 down votes

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Hi Yvan Velenik--- I am aware that the negative comments on the paper by Lubos are harsh, but they are relatively accurate. It is important however not to tar and feather people who are sticking their neck out, and perhaps you can help make sure that the tone for the reviews is encouraging towards work, not overharsh or dismissive, even when the work is totally wrong.
May 27, 2014 by Ron Maimon

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