Academic Career and Research Areas
Noam Berger conducts research in the field of probability theory. His research concentrates on discrete stochastic processes with the main emphasis on processes in random media.
Berger studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and received his PhD in statistics from the University of California, Berkeley. He held postdoctoral positions at CalTech and UCLA before returning to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to take up a faculty position. Since 2012 he has been an associate professor at TUM.
Key Publications (all publications)
Berger N, Cohen M, Rosenthal R: "Local limit theorem and equivalence of dynamic and static points of view for certain ballistic random walks in i.i.d. environments". Ann. Probab. 2016; 44(4): 2889-2979.Abstract
Berger N, Deuschel JD: "A quenched invariance principle for non-elliptic random walk in i.i.d. balanced random environment". Probab. Theory Related Fields. 2014; 158(1-2): 91-126.Abstract
Berger N: "Slowdown estimates for ballistic random walk in random environment". J. Eur. Math. Soc. (JEMS). 2012; 14(1): 127-174.Abstract
Berger N, Biskup M: "Quenched invariance principle for simple random walk on percolation clusters". Probab. Theory Related Fields. 2007; 137(1-2): 83-120.Abstract
Berger N: “Transience, recurrence and critical behavior for long-range percolation”. Comm. Math. Phys. 2002; 2(3): 531-558.Abstract