Surveys:

  1. E. Schertzer, R.Sun and J.M. Swart .
    The Brownian web, the Brownian net, and their universality. (arXiv:1506.00724)
    Advances in Disordered Systems, Random Processes and Some Applications, 270--368, Cambridge University Press, 2017.
    Based on a course given in the Institut Henri Poincaré trimestre program Disordered Systems, Random Spatial Processes and Some Applications, Jan 5 - Apr 3, 2015.

Short reviews:

  1. Francesco Caravenna, Rongfeng Sun, and Nikos Zygouras.
    Scaling limits of disordered systems and disorder relevance. (arXiv:1602.05825)
    To appear in proceedings for XVIII International Congress on Mathematical Physics, Santiago de Chile, 2015.

  2. Siva R. Athreya, Alexander Drewitz, and Rongfeng Sun.
    Random Walk Among Mobile/Immobile Traps: A Short Review. (arXiv:1703.06617)
    In honor of Prof. Charles M. Newman's 70th birthday.

Preprints and Publications:

Papers listed in order of completion. See the respective journals for final published versions.
  1. Matthias Birkner and Rongfeng Sun.
    Low-dimensional lonely branching random walks die out. (arXiv:1708.06377)
    Submitted, 2017.
  1. Nicolas Pétrélis, Rongfeng Sun, and Niccolò Torri.
    Scaling limit of the uniform prudent walk. (arXiv:1702.04915)
    Electron. J. Probab. 22, paper no. 66, 1--19, 2017.
  1. Siva R. Athreya, Alexander Drewitz, and Rongfeng Sun.
    Subdiffusivity of a random walk among a Poisson system of moving traps on Z. (arXiv:1603.01709)
    Mathematical Physics, Analysis and Geometry 20, Article 1, 2017.
  1. Francesco Caravenna, Rongfeng Sun, and Nikos Zygouras.
    Universality in marginally relevant disordered systems. (arXiv:1510.06287)
    To appear in Annals of Applied Probability.
  1. Andreas Greven, Rongfeng Sun, and Anita Winter.
    Continuum space limit of the genealogies of interacting Fleming-Viot processes on Z. (arXiv:1508.07169)
    Electron. J. Probab. 21, paper no. 58, 1--64, 2016.
  1. Matthias Birkner and Rongfeng Sun.
    One-dimensional random walks with self-blocking immigration. (arXiv:1410.4344)
    Ann. Appl. Probab. 27, 109-139, 2017.
  1. Francesco Caravenna, Rongfeng Sun, and Nikos Zygouras.
    The continuum disordered pinning model. (arXiv:1406.5088)
    Probab. Theory Related Fields 164, 17--59, 2016.
  1. Francesco Caravenna, Rongfeng Sun, and Nikos Zygouras.
    Polynomial chaos and scaling limits of disordered systems. (arXiv:1312.3357)
    Journal of the European Mathematical Society 19, 1--65, 2017.
  1. Quentin Berger, Francesco Caravenna, Julien Poisat, Rongfeng Sun, and Nikos Zygouras.
    The Critical Curves of the Random Pinning and Copolymer Models at Weak Coupling. (arXiv:1301.5308v2)
    Commun. Math. Phys. 326, 507--530, 2014.
  1. Lung-Chi Chen and Rongfeng Sun.
    A Monotonicity Result for the Range of a Perturbed Random Walk. (ArXiv:1203.1389v2)
    Here is an earlier version.
    Journal of Theoretical Probability 27, 997--1010, 2014.
  1. Alexander Drewitz, Perla Sousi, and Rongfeng Sun.
    Symmetric rearrangements around infinity with applications to Lévy processes. (ArXiv:1110.5592v2)
    Probab. Theory Related Fields 158, 637--664, 2014.
  1. Siva R. Athreya and Rongfeng Sun.
    One-dimensional voter model interface revisited. (ArXiv:1108.6200v2)
    Electron. Commun. Probab. 16, Article 70, 792--800, 2011.
  1. Anish Sarkar and Rongfeng Sun.
    Brownian web and oriented percolation: density bounds. (ArXiv:1111.2449v1)
    RIMS Kokyuroku, No. 1805, Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences, 90--101, 2012.
  1. Anish Sarkar and Rongfeng Sun.
    Brownian web in the scaling limit of supercritical oriented percolation in dimension 1+1. (ArXiv:1108.1258v2)
    Electron. J. Probab. 18, Article 21, 2013.
  1. Emmanuel Schertzer, Rongfeng Sun, and Jan M. Swart .
    Stochastic flows in the Brownian web and net. (ArXiv:1011.3895v1)
    Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society 227, 1--176, 2014.
  1. Alexander Drewitz, Jürgen Gärtner, Alejandro Ramírez, and Rongfeng Sun.
    Survival probability of a random walk among a Poisson system of moving traps. (ArXiv:1010.3958v4)
    Probability in Complex Physical Systems--In honour of Erwin Bolthausen and Jürgen Gärtner, 119--158. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics 11, 2012.
  1. Mark Holmes and Rongfeng Sun.
    A monotonicity property for random walk in a partially random environment. (ArXiv:1005.0927v4)
    Stochastic Processes and their Applications 122, 1369--1396, 2012.
  1. Matthias Birkner and Rongfeng Sun.
    Disorder relevance for the random walk pinning model in dimension 3. (ArXiv:0912.1663v3)
    Here is an earlier version.
    Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré - Probabilités et Statistiques 47, 259--293, 2011.
  1. Matthias Birkner and Rongfeng Sun.
    Annealed vs quenched critical points for a random walk pinning model. (ArXiv:0807.2752v2)
    Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré - Probabilités et Statistiques 46, 414--441, 2010.
  1. Emmanuel Schertzer, Rongfeng Sun, and Jan M. Swart .
    Special points of the Brownian net. (ArXiv:0806.2326v2)
    Electron. J. Probab. 14, Article 30, 805--864, 2009.
  1. Jürgen Gärtner and Rongfeng Sun.
    A quenched limit theorem for the local time of random walks on Z^2. (ArXiv:0711.4488v2)
    Stochastic Processes and their Applications 119, 1198--1215, 2009.
  1. Donald A. Dawson, Andreas Greven, Frank den Hollander, Rongfeng Sun, and Jan M. Swart .
    The renormalization transformation for two-type branching models. (ArXiv:math/0610645v2)
    Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré - Probabilités et Statistiques 44, 1038--1077, 2008.
  1. Rongfeng Sun and Jan M. Swart.
    The Brownian net. (ArXiv:math/0610625v5)
    Annals of Probability 36, 1153--1208, 2008.
  1. Samir Belhaouari, Thomas Mountford, Rongfeng Sun, and Glauco Valle.
    Convergence results and sharp estimates for the voter model interfaces.
    Electron. J. Probab. 11, Article 30, 768--801, 2006.
  1. Charles M. Newman, Krishnamurthi Ravishankar, and Rongfeng Sun.
    Convergence of coalescing nonsimple random walks to the Brownian web.
    Electron. J. Probab. 10, Article 2, 21--60, 2005.
  1. Lincoln Chayes, Harvey Gould, Jon Machta, and Rongfeng Sun.
    Cluster Monte Carlo study of multi-component fluids of the Stillinger-Helfand and Widom-Rowlinson type. (ArXiv:cond-mat/0003516v1)
    Phys. Rev. E 62, 2226--2232, 2000.


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