Florian Schweiger
I am a postdoc in mathematics at the Weizmann Institute of Science, hosted by Ofer Zeitouni. My postdoc is supported by a Fellowship for Foreign Researchers from the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. I did my PhD at the University of Bonn, supervised by Stefan Müller.
Contact:
Florian Schweiger
Department of Mathematics
The Weizmann Institute of Science
P.O. Box 26
Rehovot 7610001
Israel
Office 101, Ziskind Building
EMail: florian.schweiger(at)weizmann.ac.il
Research:
I am interested in probability theory and its intersections with analysis. In particular, I am interested in
 stochastic interface models
 logcorrelated fields and their extremes
 correlated percolation models
 regularity theory for (discrete) elliptic operators
Publications:

Stefan Müller, Florian Schweiger, Estimates for the Green's function of the discrete bilaplacian in dimensions 2 and 3, Vietnam J. Math. 47 (2019), no. 1, 133–181 (Journal, arXiv:1712.02587)

Simon Buchholz, JeanDominique Deuschel, Noemi Kurt, Florian Schweiger, Probability to be positive for the membrane model in dimensions 2 and 3, Electron. Commun. Probab. 24 (2019), Paper No. 44, 14 pp (Journal, arXiv:1810.05062)

Florian Schweiger, The maximum of the fourdimensional membrane model, Ann. Probab. 48 (2020), no. 2, 714–741 (Journal, arXiv:1903.02522 )

Stefan Müller, Florian Schweiger, Endre Süli, Optimal order finite difference approximation of generalized solutions to the biharmonic equation in a cube, SIAM J. Numer. Anal. 58 (2020), no. 1, 298–329 (Journal, arXiv:1904.02084)

Florian Schweiger, Pinning for the critical and supercritical membrane model, Prob. Math. Phys. 2 (2021), no. 4, 745820 (Journal, arXiv:2005.14701)
Preprints:

Clément Cosco, Shuta Nakajima, Florian Schweiger, Asymptotics of the pcapacity in the critical regime (arXiv:2112.03661)

Florian Schweiger, Ofer Zeitouni, The maximum of logcorrelated Gaussian fields in random environments (arXiv:2205.07210)

Florian Schweiger, Finite range decompositions of Gaussian fields with applications to levelset percolation
(arXiv:2212.05756)

Nicola De Nitti, Florian Schweiger, Scaling limits for fractional polyharmonic Gaussian fields
(arXiv:2301.13781)
Thesis:

Florian Schweiger, On the membrane model and the discrete Bilaplacian, Dissertation, Rheinische FriedrichWilhelmsUniversität Bonn (2021) (BonnDoc)
Coauthors:
Simon Buchholz,
Clément Cosco,
Nicola De Nitti,
JeanDominique Deuschel,
Noemi Kurt,
Stefan Müller,
Shuta Nakajima,
Endre Süli,
Ofer Zeitouni
Short CV:
20112014   BSc Mathematics, University of Bonn 
20142015   MSc Mathematics, University of Toronto 
20152016   MSc Mathematics, University of Bonn 
20162020   PhD studies, University of Bonn 
2021   Postdoc, Weizmann Institute 
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