Discrete structures and related methods from stochastic analysis (DSSA)
Workshop (spring school) at Technion, Haifa, Israel, on 04 – 08 March 2013.
Organized by Leonid Mytnik
(Haifa) and Achim Klenke (Mainz).
· Population models and related processes (e.g., fragmentation, coalescents, measure-valued processes, random trees)
· Branching random walks and Gaussian free field
· Random geometric structures
Focus group: Young researchers (PhD students, postdocs).
There will be four mini-courses and five one-hour talks. In addition there might be the opportunity for young participants to present their work.
Programme and Abstracts (click here for a pdf)
Minicourse speakers (click here for abstracts)
· Itai Benjamini (Weizmann Institute): Random geometric structures
· Anja Sturm (Universität Göttingen): Coalescent processes with multiple mergers and spatial structure
· Anton Wakolbinger (Universität Frankfurt): Random genealogies under selection
· Ofer Zeitouni (Weizmann Institute): Branching Random Walk and the Gaussian Free Field
Other Main Speakers: Robert Adler (Haifa), Noam Berger (Munich, Jerusalem), Thomas Duquesne (Paris), Nina Gantert (Munich), Dima Ioffe (Haifa), Anita Winter (Essen).
Schedule: Talks start Monday, 04 March 2013 at 9:00 a.m. and end Friday 08 March 2013 at 12:00 p.m. A detailed programme will be available later.
Accommodation: On campus ($50(US)/person/night in a single bed apartment or $25/person/night in a shared two bed apartment) or hotel ($90(US)/person/night in a single bed room or $55/person/night in a shared two bed room). Click here for details.
Conference fee (includes coffee breaks etc.): 40€ for early registration before 01 December 2012. 60€ between 02 December 2012 and 31 January 2013. With the confirmation of your registration, you will receive the detailed payment instructions.
Deadline: Registration ends 31 January 2013.
Travel information: Click here.
The workshop is supported by the German Israeli Foundation, the European Science Foundation Research Network Random Geometry of Large Interacting Systems and Statistical Physics (RGLIS) and the Moshe Yanai Fund for the Promotion of International Conferences at the Technion.