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Events in the Probability Laboratory

Upcoming events run by members of Prob-L@B.

Pólya urns, stochastic approximation and quasi-stationary distributions: new developments

Bath, 29 March - 1 April 2021

Cécile Mailler and Denis Villemonais are organising this workshop in Bath next Easter.

Bath Mathematical Symposium on PDE and Randomness

2020 event moved online, 20th-24th July, due to COVID19 crisis; physical event rearranged for 1-10 September 2021 in Bath

One World Probability School on PDE and Randomness

Held online on 20-24th of July 2020 on the platform of the One World Probability Seminar.

The school aims to present some of the most exciting recent developments at the interface of Statistical mechanics, Stochastic Analysis and PDEs.

It will feature four courses:

  • Roland Bauerschmidt (Cambridge): "Log-Sobolev inequality and the renormalisation group”
  • Hugo Duminil-Copin (IHES and university of Geneva): "Marginal triviality of the scaling limits of critical 4D Ising and ϕ44 models”
  • Martin Hairer (Imperial College London): “Stochastic Yang-Mills”
  • Nicolas Perkowski (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany): "A Markovian perspective on some singular SPDEs”

Please visit our webpage for more details and to subscribe to our mailing list. We will use the list for updates and to keep track of the number of potential participants.

We keep a list of previous events on our archive.