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Friday, January 31, 2020

**Abstract:** In this talk I will introduce Non Commutative Probability Theory, and highlight some of its uses in classical Probability, such as the study of random matrices. In particular, motivation of Wigner's semi-circle law as the non commutative analog of the Central Limit Theorem.