In this paper, we study random walks on dynamical random environments in $1+1$ dimensions. Assuming that the environment is invariant under space-time shifts and fulfills a mild mixing hypothesis, we establish a law of large numbers and a concentration inequality around the asymptotic speed. The mixing hypothesis imposes a polynomial decay rate of covariances on the environment with sufficiently high exponent but does not impose uniform mixing. Examples of environments for which our methods apply include the contact process and Markovian environments with a positive spectral gap, such as the East model. For the East model, we also obtain that the distinguished zero satisfies a law of large numbers with strictly positive speed.
"Random walks on dynamical random environments with nonuniform mixing." Ann. Probab. 48 (4) 2014 - 2051, July 2020. https://doi.org/10.1214/19-AOP1414