Probability laboratory at Bath

Events

Prob-L@B day for Peter Mörters

University of Bath, Wednesday 1st November 2017

Peter Mörters has left Prob-L@B after many years. We will host a day of talks in his honour, plus a meal in the centre of Bath in the evening. For more information click here. If you are interested in attending any part of the day please get in touch.

 

Spatial models in population genetics

University of Bath, 6th - 8th September 2017

The main focus of the workshop are the many facets of spatial models in population genetics. The aim is to bring together researchers from the various areas using stochastic techniques based on interacting particle systems, measure-valued processes and SPDEs and give a platform for interaction and exchange of ideas. For more information and to register click here.

 

Probabilistic and statistical methods for networks

TU Berlin, 21st August - 1st September 2017

The summer school will focus on probabilistic and statistical methods for networks. This is an enormously rich topic that has many connections between branches of mathematics, and applications to many other scientific disciplines. The central theme is randomness that may arise in various forms: it can be used to construct models for networks, to analyse networks using statistical methods, or as part of stochastic processes on networks. One strand of the school will consider the theory of statistical physics models on networks; another strand will develop tools of statistical inference in network data; and a third strand investigates applications such as networks in neuroscience, traffic and telecommunication. For more information click here

 

Archive

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