**Recent Progress on the Random Conductance Model**

by Marek Biskup

**Publisher**: arXiv 2012**Number of pages**: 80

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Recent progress on the understanding of the Random Conductance Model is reviewed and commented. A particular emphasis is on the results on the scaling limit of the random walk among random conductances for almost every realization of the environment, observations on the behavior of the effective resistance as well as the scaling limit of certain models of gradient fields with non-convex interactions.

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