International Conference on Stochastic Analysis and its Applications

  • Start Date: 08/07/2006
  • End Date: 08/11/2006

University of Washington


The main topics of the conference will be:
Stochastic analysis and its applications
Markov processes, including jump type processes and measure-valued processes
Dirichlet forms
Analysis on fractals and percolation clusters
These areas are strongly related to each other and have been very active in recent years. They occupy a central place in modern probability theory and analysis. The primary goal of the conference is to bring researchers in areas listed above, from all over the world, to survey the fields, exchange ideas and to foster future collaborations. Another important goal is to expose young researchers and Ph.D students to the most recent developments in active areas of probability theory. In addition to the invited lectures, the conference will run several informal sessions so all participants, especially young researchers, will be able to give short informal presentations of their current work and discuss open problems in an informal atmosphere. Several tutorial lectures for Ph.D students and new researchers will also be arranged for.