Stochastic Analysis seminar
Upcoming Stochastic Analysis seminarsArchive
28 January 2020, 15.00 – 16.00Seminar Remi Rhodes (Aix-Marseille): Semigroups associated to the Gaussian Free…
04 February 2020, 15.00 – 16.00Seminar David Belius (University of Basel): The TAP-Plefka variational principle…
04 February 2020, 16.00 – 17.00Seminar William Salkeld (University of Edinburgh): The Support of McKean Vlasov…
11 February 2020, 15.00 – 16.00Seminar Glaudo Federico (ETH): TBA
The group runs a regular Stochastic Analysis seminar with distinguished speakers from the various branches of Stochastic Analysis and its allied subjects. The seminar is of interest to the department at large. It is also attended by members from other departments (including Electrical and Engineering, Computer Science, Finance). Moreover there are several joint ventures Stochastic Analysis – Applied Mathematics Colloquia, Stochastic Analysis – Statistics Seminars that take place throughout the year.
The seminars are held on Tuesdays 3:00pm in Room 341, Huxley Building, Department of Mathematics (map). Refreshments are available from 4:00pm in Huxley Common Room on Level 5.
Diversity Policy of the Stochastic Analysis Seminar
Imperial College London, its Department of Mathematics, and its stochastic analysis group are committed to fostering a welcoming, open, and diverse research community. We recognize that there are groups who remain under-represented in the discipline, particularly among senior academics and other professionals. One of the ways we can try to address this is to take active steps to promote equality, diversity and inclusion among the speakers in this seminar series in the following channels:
1. We always seek for a diverse set of speakers that reflects the diversity of the UK’s community of professional probabilists in terms of gender and ethnicity/race, etc.
2. We invite speakers from all around the UK, and insofar as possible around the rest of Europe and the world.
3. We include speakers who are at a range of career stages.
4. We monitor our speaker list and make it public.
When we are choosing names of potential speakers the organizers emphasize our aim to present a set of speakers that is diverse in terms of gender, ethnicity/race, geography, and career stage.