IRTG Colloquium with Dmitry Belyaev

We are pleased to announce the next speaker in our IRTG colloquium: Our distinguished colleague, Professor Dmitry Belyaev (University of Oxford), is going to speak on Wednesday, 17 June, 4pm Berlin time on “Level sets of Gaussian fields“.

The abstract of his talk can be downloaded as a PDF file under the following link:

13th Berlin-Oxford Meeting

From 8 to 10 June 2020, the 13th Annual ERC Berlin-Oxford Young Researchers Meeting on Applied Stochastic Analysis is going to take place.

The workshop will continue the tradition of previous meetings, with focus on Applied Stochastic Analysis, including – but not restricted – to the resolution of ill-posed stochastic partial differential equations to new ways of handling high-dimensional data.

We are happy to announce that the Berlin-Oxford Meeting is now co-sponsored by the IRTG! We look forward to becoming part of such a great tradition.

Fore more information on the event, including means of participation, please refer to its webpage.

Kick-Off Event with Alison Etheridge

We are pleased to announce that our distinguished colleague, Professor Alison Etheridge of the University of Oxford, is going to speak at the IRTG’s kick-off event on Wednesday, 6 May, 3:30pm Berlin time!

Her talk will be entitled “Branching Brownian Motion, mean curvature flow and the motion of hybrid zones“, which we look forward to!

Summer School 2020

Our first summer school will be organised together with our partner institution, the Oxford Centre for Doctoral Training “Mathematics of Random Systems”. It will be held September 14-18 at Döllnsee (close to Berlin).

Participants will arrive on Sunday, September 13, and leave on Friday, September 18 after lunch.

More information will be available in due course.

Workshop “Junior Female Researchers in Probability”

Unfortunately, the workshop had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic in Europe. We are monitoring the situation and hope to postpone it to a later date but we are not yet able to provide any further information in this regard.

The goal of the workshop is to offer junior female researchers in stochastics a platform to talk about their own research work and to get acquainted with important research topics presented by well-established female researchers. To cover various topics in probability and its applications, two keynote talks by outstanding female probabilists and four invited talks are planned. Moreover, a number of contributed talks will be chosen by the organizing committee among the submitted abstracts.

Berlin, June 17-19. Website