The Stochastic Analysis Seminar is a weekly seminar that we run here at ORFE. Since 2011 Ramon van Handel has transformed it into an informal seminar course. The idea is that each semester we pick a contemporary topic in probability that we find exciting, and we try to cover the basics. The two previous semesters we covered Concentration of measure, and Random matrices. This semester we plan to teach basic results in Random graphs, and we have decided to start a blog where we put our lecture notes. The blog can be found here. If you like the posts on the ‘I’m a bandit’ blog you will love the ones on the ‘SAS’ blog!