The mission of this traditional summer school is to provide one-week intensive courses on active research topics in probability and statistics, lectured by leading scholars in the field. The school is targeted primarily for doctoral students in probability, statistics, and related areas. Advanced MSc students, fresh postdocs and everyone in the research and applied field are also encouraged to apply.
Jean-François Chassagneux (Paris-Diderot) Probabilistic numerical methods for non-linear PDEs
Fabrice Gamboa (Toulouse) Large deviations, moment problems and sum rules
Ciprian Tudor (Lille)
Non-Gaussian selfsimilar processes (abstract)
Lammi Biological Station (map) is located by Lake Pääjärvi in the village of Lammi, district of Kanta-Häme, 120 km to the north of Helsinki. The nearest towns are Hämeenlinna (about 45 km) and Lahti (about 40 km), from which there are frequent bus connections (www.matkahuolto.fi/en/,www.onnibus.com/home) to Lammi. Weather in Lammi
The summer school starts on Monday at 12:50 and ends on Friday at 12:00.
The registration to the event is now suspended. The participation fee (20 €) is to be paid on location in cash.
Photos from a previous summer school in Lammi
Photos courtesy of Anni Laitinen.
The school is organized by the Finnish Doctoral Education Network in Stochastics and Statistics (FDNSS), it is sponsored by the Bernoulli Society and financially supported by the Magnus Ehrnrooth foundation and by the Doctoral Programme in Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Helsinki DOMAST. For enquiries, contact the head of the organization committee:
PL 68 (Gustaf Hällströmin katu 2b)
00014 University of Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 29 4151407
Email: dario.gasbarra ‘at’ helsinki.fi