2006 SEMINAR ON STOCHASTIC PROCESSES

March 23--25, 2006
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
 
For over twenty years, the structure of the Seminar on Stochastic Processes has been: invited lectures in the morning, informal parallel sessions and panel discussions in the afternoons of Thursday and Friday. For a list of the invited speakers in the past, consult the official SSP archive

http://www.math.yorku.ca/Probability/ssparch.html
 
 
Registration

Registration is required. To register send an email to Rene Carmona at rcarmona@princeton.edu and cc Zoya Kramer at kramer@princeton.edu with
  • the date and time of your arrival

  • whether or not you plan to attend the reception on Thursday evening

  • the date and time of your departure.

Funding The National Science Foundation has is likely to provide funds to help support young researchers and those from underrepresented groups to attend SSP. Apply by sending a short vitae to Rene Carmona at rcarmona@princeton.edu and cc Zoya Kramer at kramer@princeton.edu

 

Invited Lecturers

Amir Dembo, Stanford University
Frank den Hollander,
Eurandom
Steve Evans,
University of California, Berkeley
Eulalia Nualart,
Paris XIII University
Walter Schachermayer,
Wien University

Schedule and Information

SPECIAL DAY ON MARKOV PROCESSES
 
IN HONOR
 
OF ERHAN CINLAR 65th BIRTHDAY

Wednesday March 22, 2006 
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

Preceding SSP 2006, this special day is dedicated to Erhan Cinlar's contribution to the theory of Markov processes, as a way acknowledge his long lasting influence on the probability community, his being one of the three co- founders of the Seminar on Stochastic Processes being a prime example

It will be held in Princeton on Wednesday March 22nd 2006. Special registration (different from SSP 2006) is required. Please contact Rene Carmona at rcarmona@princeton.edu and cc Zoya Kramer at kramer@princeton.edu if you would like to attend.

Invited Speakers

Chris Burdzy, Seattle
Hans Foellmer,
Berlin
Ron Getoor,
San Diego
Jean Jacod,
Paris
Haya Kaspi,
Haifa  
John Walsh,
Vancouver

The event will be followed by a cocktail reception and a catered dinner. Reservation is required as the number of seats is limited. Please contact Rene Carmona at rcarmona@princeton.edu
 

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