Abstract for the talk at 18.03.2014 (15:15 h)Oberseminar ANALYSIS - PROBABILITY
Hendrik Weber (University of Warwick)
Convergence of the near critical Kac-Ising model to ϕ24
The Kac-Ising model is spin model on a grid in which every spin interacts with a large number of neighbours. It is a popular model in statistical physics as it captures some aspects of the ”usual” Ising model, but it is often simpler to study. We study the Glauber dynamic associated to this Kac-Ising model on a ﬁnite sub-grid of Z2 near its critical temperature. We show that in a suitable scaling the locally averaged spin ﬁeld is well described by the formal stochastic PDE
<center class="math-display"> <img src="/fileadmin/lecture_img/tex_15111c0x.png" alt="∂tΦ = Δ Φ − (Φ3 − ∞ Φ)+ ξ, " class="math-display"></center>
where ξ denotes space time white noise, and the ”inﬁnite constant” appears as the limit of a renormalisation procedure.
This is joint work with J.C. Mourrat.