Dr. Wei Wu is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at NYU Shanghai. Before joining NYU Shanghai, he held academic positions at the Courant Institute, New York University and at the University of Warwick. He works in probability, mathematical physics and partial differential equations, especially in Gibbs random fields, spin models, phase transitions and homogenization.
Massless Phases for the Villain model in d ≥ 3, with P. Dario, submitted
C2 regularity of the surface tension for the ∇ϕ interface model, with S. Armstrong, submitted
Maximum for Ginzburg-Landau fields, with D. Belius, to appear, Annals of Probability
Four dimensional loop-erased random walk, with G. Lawler and X. Sun, Annals of Probability 2019, Vol. 47, No. 6
Critical Percolation and the Minimal Spanning Tree in Slabs, with C. Newman and V. Tassion, Communications on Pure and Applied Math, Volume 70, Issue 11, (2017)