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Brown'sche Bewegungen: 
Pfade einer Diffusion Bildinformationen anzeigen
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Brown'sche Bewegungen: Pfade einer Diffusion

Ising-Modell

Pfade eines N-Particle-Fleming-Viot Prozesses

Stochastic Spikes: Cycle Decomposition

The focused workshop

Quasistationary Distributions: Analysis and Simulation

is going to take place during the period 25.09.2017-29.09.2017 at the University of Paderborn. For further information please contact the organizers Martin Kolb and/or Denis Villemonais.

Participants and Titles of Talks:

  • David Steinsaltz (Oxford): Killed diffusions and MCMC
  • Murray Pollock (Warwick): Bayesian Inference (for Big Data) using Quasi-Stationary Monte Carlo
  • Denis Villemonais (Nancy): Non-failable approximation method for conditioned distributions
  • Fritz Colonius (Augsburg): Invariance entropy in control theory and quasi-stationarity
  • Nicolas Champagnat (Nancy): Uniform exponential convergence to quasi-stationary distributions for general absorbed Markov processes
  • Nikolaos Kantas (Imperial College): Particle methods for sampling for some quasi-stationary problems
  • Frederic Cerou (Rennes): Central Limit Theorem for Fleming-Viot Particle Systems with Hard Killing
  • Zakhar Kabluchko (Münster): Optimal approximation of processes with stationary increments
  • Bertrand Cloez ( Montpellier): . Stochastic Approximation and Quasi-Stationary Distributions
  • Tony Lelievre (Paris): Metastability: a journey from stochastic processes to semiclassical analysis
  • Francis Nier (Paris): Boundary conditions for geometric Kramers-Fokker-Planck operators
  • Boris Nectoux (Paris): Metastability and the Eyring Kramer’s law

The main aims of this workshop consist in presenting the state of the art of quasilimiting behavior, to open up new research directions and to stimulate new collaboration. The timetable can be found here.

The talks will be given in the seminar room A3.301.

For the reimbursement form please see here

- Travel information:

By Air:

The airports Dortmund, Hannover and Duesseldorf are the major airports nearby Paderborn. There are regional train connections from Hannover, Dortmund and Duesseldorf to Paderborn.

The airport Paderborn-Lippstadt is located between the cities Paderborn and Lippstadt. From the airport Paderborn-Lippstadt the bus lines 400 and 460 connect the airport to Paderborn citiy cenrte. It is an approximately 25 min journey. Unfortunately, flights to Paderborn tend to be very expensive, but sometimes there are reasonable offers.


By Train:

There are a number of  IC, ICE and regional train conections to Paderborn main station. Further information can be found via Deutsche Bahn

 

- Accomodation:

The organisers will book hotel rooms for the speakers. Other participants please get in touch with the on of the organisers.

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