**Assistant Professor** at Beijing International Center for Mathematical Research, Peking University.

My main research interests are probability theory and statistical physics.

I was an L. E. Dickson instructor at the University of Chicago from 2016 to 2019.
I received my Ph.D. from ETH Zurich. My advisor was Professor Alain-Sol Sznitman.

Address:
Beijing International Center for Mathematical Research

Peking University

5 Yiheyuan Rd., Beijing 100871

China

地址:
100871北京市颐和园路5号北京大学北京国际数学研究中心

Office: 镜春园78号院(怀新园)75101-2

Coordinates: 39°59'47.4"N 116°18'36.0"E

E-mail: firstnamelastname at bicmr dot pku dot edu dot cn

A (not always up-to-date) version of my CV can be found here.

- 北京大学概率论系列报告 (The Probability Seminar at the School of Mathematical Sciences of PKU).
- THU-PKU-BNU Joint Probability Webinar.
- Probability seminars and mini-courses at BICMR.

- Senior and Graduate Seminar on Gaussian free field, Liouville quantum gravity and Gaussian multiplicative chaos. (Spring 2021).
- Undergraduate and Graduate Journal club (Spring 2021).
- 3+X Seminar on random trees, random planar maps and their scaling limits (Autumn 2020).
- Senior & Graduate Seminar on Schramm-Loewner Evolution (Autumn 2020).

- Random Matrices surrogate (Autumn 2019.)
- Selected Topics in Stochastic Processes (II) (Spring 2020).
- Advanced probability theory (Autumn 2020).
- Probability and Statistics (Spring 2021, for Yuanpei College).

- Y. Gao, X. Li and W. Qian. Multiple points on the boundaries of Brownian loop-soup clusters.
*In preparation*. - X. Li and Z. Zhuang. What happens when the intersection of two random interlacements is empty?
*In preparation*. - X. Li and Y. Liu. Sharpness of phase transition for Voronoi percolation in hyperbolic space.
*In preparation*. - X. Li and D. Shiraishi. Natural parametrization for the scaling limit of loop-erased random walk in three dimensions.
*Preprint*, available at arXiv:1811.11685, 74 pages, 3 figures. Submitted. - X. Li and D. Shiraishi. One-point function estimates for loop-erased random walk in three dimensions.
*Electron. J. Probab.*,**24**, 111, pp. 1-46 (2019). - M. Hilario, X. Li and P. Panov. Shape theorem and surface fluctuation for Poisson cylinders.
*Electron. J. Probab.*,**24**, 68, pp. 1-16 (2019). - N. Holden, X. Li and X. Sun. Natural parametrization of percolation interface and pivotal points.
*Preprint*, available at arXiv:1804.07286, 24 pages, 1 figure. Submitted. - N. Holden, G. Lawler, X. Li and X. Sun. Minkowski content of Brownian cut points.
*Preprint*, available at arXiv:1803.10613, 30 pages, 2 figures. Submitted. - X. Li. Percolative properties of Brownian interlacements and its vacant set.
*J. Theor. Probab.*, (2019) doi:10.1007/s10959-019-00944-7. Also available at arXiv:1610.08204.

- X. Li. A lower bound for disconnection by simple random walk.
*Ann. Probab.*, 45(2): 879-931 (2017). Also available at arXiv:1412.3959, 38 pages. - X. Li and A.-S. Sznitman. A lower bound for disconnection by random interlacements.
*Electron. J. Probab.*,**19**, 17, pp. 1-26 (2014).

- X. Li and A.-S. Sznitman. Large deviations for occupation time profiles of random interlacements.
*Probab. Theory Relat. Fields*,**161**, 1-2, pp. 309-350 (2015).