Colloquium abstracts

Chiranjib Mukherjee
University of M?nster, Germany
February 22, 2019

Gaussian multiplicative chaos on the Wiener space and the KPZ equation:  In the classical finite dimensional setting, a Gaussian multiplicative chaos (GMC) is obtained by tilting an ambient measure by the exponential of a centred Gaussian field indexed by a domain in the Euclidean space. In the two-dimensional setting and when the underlying field is "log-correlated", GMC measures share close connection to the 2D Liouville quantum gravity and its studies have seen a lot of revived interest in the recent years. A natural question is to construct a GMC in the infinite dimensional setting, where techniques based on log-correlated fields in finite dimensions are no longer available. In the present context, we consider a GMC on the classical Wiener space, driven by a (mollified) Gaussian space-time white noise. In $dgeq 3$, in a previous work with A. Shamov and O. Zeitouni, we showed that the total mass of this GMC, which is directly connected to the (smoothened) Kardar-Parisi-Zhang equation, converges for small noise intensity to a well-defined strictly positi