2014 Summer School in Probability
- Start Date: 06/02/2014
- End Date: 06/27/2014
University of British Columbia
This is an announcement of the 2014 PIMS Summer School in Probability which will take place on the campus of the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, Canada, during June 2-27, 2014.
There will be two 4-week courses:
Asaf Nachmias: Random walks on random fractals.
Elchanan Mossel: Influences and noise stability in product space.
as well as 3 short (3 lecture) courses:
Alison Etheridge, Stochastic models of evolution (June 5-9)
Allan Sly, Phase transitions for random constraint satisfaction (June10-13)
Ofer Zeitouni, Log correlated Gaussian fields and branching random walks (June 23-27)
There will also be opportunities for interested participants to present their own research. The courses are intended primarily for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in Probability.
Omer Angel (UBC)
David Brydges (UBC)
Ed Perkins (UBC)
Questions can be directed to any of the local organizers listed above.
Location: UBC Earth Sciences Building
Registration: There is a $75 non-refundable registration fee (to cover tea, coffee, refreshments and various activities during the school).More information and registration notice will be posted regularly; Registration will open December 2013.
Please visit the full Probabaility site here for FAQs.
Funding for local expenses will be provided to some participants; this includes housing and some incidental support, but not travel.
Application for financial support will open soon here with a deadline of December 31, 2013.