Stochastic Processes

&

their

Friends

Special Event

Online Zoom

18March

19March

2021

This first edition of the conference

celebrates the scientific career of

Prof. Alexander Yu. Veretennikov

Registration

Please to fill in the online registration form here.

Registration for this event is free but required for organisational purposes.

Registration closing at 10pm (Leeds time) on the eve of the conference.

 

 

Tentative

Schedule

The time zone is Leeds (UK) time zone.

Thusrday, 18 March

12:30  Welcome Address

             

Chair : Miryana Grigorova (Leeds) 

13:00-13:45 Etienne Pardoux (Marseille) 

                    Pause/Social 

Chair :   Niloufar Abourashchi (London)

            

15:15-16 :00 Marina Kleptsyna (Le Mans)  

            

                    Pause/Social

 

 

Chair : Istvan Gyongy  (Edinburgh) 

              

16:15 -16:40  Alexander Yu. Veretennikov (Leeds)

               

                   Very short pause  

16:45-17:30 Nicolai V. Krylov (Minneapolis) 

            

 

            17:30-18:00  Free time/Chat/    

Friday, 19 March

12:45  Welcome Address

             

Chair : Yuliya Mishura (Kyiv) 

              

 13:00-13:45 Martin Hairer (London) 

             

                          Pause/Social 

 15:00-15:45 Yana Belopolskaya (SaintPetersburg) 

                         

                            Pause/Social 

 Chair: TBA

 16:15-17:00 Yuri Bakhtin  (New York) 

         

                   Very Short Pause

17:10-18:00 Mikhael Röckner (Bielefeld) 

 

18:00-18:15 Concluding Remarks  

                18:15-Free time/Chat/   

Talks

Non Markovian epidemic models, law of large numbers and central limit theorems (Etienne Pardoux)

Linear filtering with fractional noises:  large time and small noise asymptotics (Marina Kleptsyna)

 

The support theorem for singular SPDEs (Martin Hairer)

Stochastic models for conservation and balance laws (Yana Belopolskaya)

Dynamic polymers (Yuri Bakhtin)

Nonlinear Fokker-Planck equations with measures as initial data and McKean-Vlasov equations (Michael Röckner)

On strong solutions of Itô's equations with a in $W^{1}_{d}$ and b in $L_{d}$

after Veretennikov-Krylov (Nicolai V. Krylov)

This event is organized by

the School of Mathematics,

University of Leeds

Organizing committee:

Robert Aykroyd, Miryana Grigorova, George Aivaliotis