2014 Summer School in Probability

  • Start Date: 06/02/2014
  • End Date: 06/27/2014
Location: 

University of British Columbia

Description: 

 

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.

 

 

Organizers:

Organizing Committee:

Omer Angel (UBC)

Martin Barlow(UBC)

David Brydges (UBC)

Asaf Nachmias(UBC)

Ed Perkins (UBC)

 

Questions can be directed to any of the local organizers listed above. 

Other Information: 

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). Please sign up at the bottom of this page. Payment must be made via Credit Card; PIMS will not accept bank transfers.

 

Travel documentation:

If you are an international participant and require a visa to attend this summer school, you can find relevant information here.

 

Please visit the full Probabaility site here for FAQs. 

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