The Newton Institute has its own Preprint Series where the scientific papers of the Institute are freely available.
If you are a Cambridge author and you are submitting your work in the next REF then you will need to follow the guidelines on the University of Cambridge Open Access webpages to ensure that your work meets Open Access requirements.
Newton Institute visitors are encouraged to submit relevant papers to the series. All papers must have been either completed at the Institute or based on work that took place partially or wholly at the Institute. You can still submit material to the preprint series even after your visit has ended as long as it is based on work that you did during your visit. Please send a PDF copy to email@example.com, which will be added to the lists below.
Bound hard copies of all preprints in the series are displayed in the Institute. We would also be pleased to hear from former visitors who have since completed papers based on research carried out here.
Suggested text for acknowledgements: If you wish to acknowledge the support of the Institute in your paper you may wish to use the following text:
The author(s) would like to thank the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, for support and hospitality during the programme [insert programme name] where work on this paper was undertaken.
Papers published in the Series are listed by date of submission and may be downloaded as PDFs. Individual hard copies can also be obtained on request from the Institute.
|PEP||I Kachkovskiy||On transport properties of isotropic quasiperiodic $\it XY$ spin chains||ni15036.pdf|
|RGM||E Gwynne; X Sun||Scaling limits for the critical Fortuin-Kastelyn model on a random planar map II: local estimates and empty reduced word exponent||ni15035.pdf|
|PEP||B Helffer||Lower bound for the number of critical points of minimal spectral $\it k$-partitions for $\it k$ large.||ni15034.pdf|
|PEP||Y Almog; B Helffer; XB Pan||Mixed normal-superconducting states in the presence of strong electric currents||ni15033.pdf|
|PEP||B Helffer; Y Kordyukov; N Raymond; S Vũ Ngọc||Magnetic wells in dimension three||ni15032.pdf|
|PEP||H Abdul-Rahman; G Stolz||A uniform area law for the entanglement of eigenstates in the disordered XY chain||ni15031.pdf|
|PEP||S Jitomirskaya; I Kachkovskiy||$\it L$$^2$-Reducibility and localization for quasiperiodic operators||ni15030.pdf|
|RGM||L Addario-Berry; B Balle; G Perarnau||Diameter and stationary distributions of random $\it r$-out digraphs||ni15029.pdf|
|PEP||S Zhang||Mixed spectral types for one frequency discrete quasi-periodic Schrödinger operator||ni15028.pdf|
|MLC||A Humpert; MP Allen||Propagating director bend fluctuations in nematic liquid crystals||ni15027.pdf|
|PEP||DM Elton||Asymptotics for Erdős-Solojev zero modes in strong fields||ni15026.pdf|
|PEP||V Chulaevsky||Efficient localization bounds in a continuous N-particle Anderson model with long-range interaction||ni15025.pdf|
|PEP||V Chulaevsky||Exponential scaling limit of the single-particle Anderson model via adaptive feedback scaling||ni15024.pdf|
|DAE||W Li; DKJ Lin||A note on foldover of 2$^k$$^-$$^p$ designs with column permutations||ni15023.pdf|
|PEP||B Helffer; P Kerdelhué; J Royo-Letelier||Chamber's forumla for the graphene and the Hou model with kagome periodicity and applications||ni15022.pdf|
|PEP||J Fillman; Y Takahash; W Yessen||Mixed spectral regimes for square Fibonacci Hamiltonians||ni15021.pdf|
|PEP||B Helffer; A Kachmar||From constant to non-degenerately vanishing magnetic fields in superconductivity||ni15020.pdf|
|UMC||MR Goddard; D Greig||Saccharomyces cerevisiae: a nomadic yeast with no niche?||ni15019.pdf|
|PEP||M Levitin; M Seri||Accumulation of complex eigenvalues of an indefinite Sturm-Liouville operator with a shifted Coulomb potential||ni15018.pdf|
|RGM||L Addario-Berry||A probabilistic approach to block sizes in random maps||ni15017.pdf|
|RGM||L Addario-Berry; Y Wen||Joint convergence of random quadrangulations and their cores||ni15016.pdf|
|PEP||YV Fyodorov; BA Khoruzhenko; NJ Simm||Fractional Brownian motion with Hurst index H=0 and the Gaussian Unitary Ensemble||ni15015.pdf|
|RGM||L Addario-Berry||The front location in BBM with decay of mass||ni15014.pdf|
|MFE||M Hernandez; T Ma; S Wang||Theory of dark energy and dark matter||ni15013.pdf|
|PEP||M Lukic; DC Ong||Generalized Prüfer variables for perturbations of Jacobi and CMV matrices||ni15012.pdf|
|PEP||J Fillman; M Lukic||Spectral honogeneity of limit-periodic Schrödinger operators||ni15011.pdf|
|PEP||F Cellarosi; J Marklof||Quadratic Weyl sums, automorphic functions, and invariance principles||ni15010.pdf|
|PEP||J Marklof; A Strömbergsson||Generalized linear Boltzmann equations for particle transport in polycrystals||ni15009.pdf|
|RGM||O Angel; B Kolesnik; G Miermont||On the stability of geodesics in the Brownian map||ni15008.pdf|
|DAE||A Kobilinsky; H Monod; RA Bailey||Automatic generation of generalised regular factorial designs||ni15007.pdf|
|RGM||E Gwynne; C Mao; X Sun||Scaling limits for the critical Fortuin-Kasteleyn model on a random planar map I: cone times||ni15006.pdf|
|PEP||P Yuditskii||Killip-Simon problem and Jacobi flow on GSMP matrices||ni15005.pdf|
|NPA||E Han; G Warnecke; EF Toro; A Siviglia||On Riemann solutions to weakly hyperbolic systems part 2. Modelling subcritical flows in arteries||ni15004.pdf|
|NPA||E Han; G Warnecke; EF Toro; A Siviglia||On Riemann solutions to weakly hyperbolic systems part 1. Modelling subcritical flows in arteries||ni15003.pdf|
|SYR||CD Brummitt; T Kobayashi||Cascades in multiplex financial networks with debts of different seniority||ni15002.pdf|
|SYR||H Amini; D Filipovic; A Minca||To fully net or not to net: adverse effects of partial multilateral netting||ni15001.pdf|
|SYR||L Clerc; A Derviz; C Mendicino; S Moyen; K Nikolov; et al||Capital regulation in a microeconomic model with three layers of default||ni14099.pdf|
|MFE||T Ma; S Wang||Astrophysical dynamics and cosmology||ni14098.pdf|
|SYR||H Ku; H Zhang||Valuation of claims with price impact function and liquidity costs||ni14097.pdf|
|SYR||H Föllmer; S Weber||The axiomatic approach to risk measures for capital determination||ni14096.pdf|