Various discrete-time stochastic processes have some kind of recursive or regenerative structure that can be exploited in the study of their properties. Examples include branching processes, autoregressive time series, and iterated function systems. This workshop in honor of Gerold Alsmeyer's 60th birthday brings together experts from various fields of probability theory to present a broad picture of recursively defined stochastic processes and to further the scientific exchange between groups taking different perspectives of these phenomena.Organizers
- Sebastian Mentemeier, Dortmund
- Matthias Meiners, Innsbruck
- Steffen Dereich
- Matthias Löwe
- Elie Aïdékon, Paris
- Soeren Asmussen, Aarhus
- Sara Brofferio, Paris
- Dariusz Buraczewski, Wrocław
- Jeffrey Collamore, Copenhagen
- Ewa Damek, Wrocław
- Rudolf Grübel, Hannover
- Alexander Iksanov, Kiev
- Alexander Marynych, Münster
- Thomas Mikosch, Copenhagen
- Ralph Neininger, Frankfurt
- Zhan Shi, Paris
- Hermann Thorisson, Reykjavík
- Vitali Wachtel, Augsburg
- Matthias Winkel, Oxford
Roughly, the scientific programme will start on December 4th and end on December 5th. Details will follow in due time. The poster can be downloaded here.
VenueDetails will follow in due time.
The University of Münster is located in Münster, Germany. (An alternative spelling of Münster is Muenster - note that this is different from Munster, Germany!)
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