## Pu YuHi! I am a 5th year PhD student at MIT, my advisor is Scott Sheffield. Previously I graduated from Peking University with a B.S. degree in mathematics. I will join New York University as a Courant Instructor starting Fall 2024. I am interested in probability theory, especially random geometry. In particular I have been working on the Schramm-Loewner Evolution, Liouville quantum gravity, and their connection with many other objects in mathematical physics. Office: 2-342 Email: puyu1516@mit.edu ## Papers and Preprints9. Boundary touching probability and nested-path exponent for non-simple CLE (with Morris Ang, Xin Sun, and Zijie Zhuang), arxiv2401.15904. 8. Conformal welding of quantum disks and multiple SLE: the non-simple case (with Morris Ang, Nina Holden and Xin Sun), arxiv2310.20583. 7. SLE partition functions via conformal welding of random surfaces (with Xin Sun), 6. Reversibility of whole plane SLE for \kappa>8 (with Morris Ang), 5. Wilson loop expectations as sums over surfaces on the plane (with Minjae Park, Joshua Pfeffer and Scott Sheffield), 4. Time-reversal of multiple-force-point chordal SLE_\kappa(\rho), 3. Quantum triangles and imaginary geometry flow lines (with Morris Ang and Xin Sun), 2. Baxter permuton and Liouville quantum gravity (with Jacopo Borga, Nina Holden and Xin Sun), 1. On mean field limit for Brownian particles with Coulomb interaction in 3D (with Lei Li and Jian-Guo Liu), |

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