LMS Research School: Random Structures: From the Discrete to the Continuous,

Monday, July 1, 2019 (All day) to Friday, July 5, 2019 (All day)

The push to understand the behaviour of continuous scaling limits arising from discrete random structures is a major ongoing development in probability theory. This research school will give PhD students in probability the opportunity to meet and learn from international experts at the forefront of this exciting and fast moving field. 

University of Bath
North Rd,
Bath
BA2 7AY
United Kingdom
Agenda: 

Plenary talks

  • Prof. Alison Etheridge (University of Oxford)
  • Prof. Christina Goldschmidt (University of Oxford)
  • Prof. Lorenzo Zambotti (Sorbonne Université, Paris)

Taught courses

  • Scaling limits of random trees - Prof. Nicolas Broutin (Sorbonne Université, Paris)
  • Spatial population genetics - Dr. Sarah Penington (University of Bath)
  • Stochastic PDE limits - Prof. Hendrik Weber (University of Bath)

Posters and short talks

  • Present a poster or short talk on your research - register below

Registration deadline: 29/04/2019

Link to the registration form: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/RS-44ApplnForm

Link to the referee form: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/RS-44RefereeForm

Registration will be confirmed within two weeks after the deadline; information about individual applications will not be available before then.

Registration includes:

  • Five nights on-campus accommodation* (single bed with en-suite bathroom, dinner and breakfast included)*for research students and early career researchers only - other participants will have to contribute to their subsistence costs (accommodation, breakfasts and dinners)
  • All lunches and coffee breaks
  • Monday evening welcome reception
  • Wednesday afternoon excursion to historic Roman Baths

Registration fee:

Research students: £150

Half of the fee will be waived for students based at the University of Bath or the University of Bristol who do not require on-campus accommodation, breakfast, and dinners.

Early career researchers*: £250

* within five years of completing their PhD (excluding career breaks).

Other participants: £250 + subsistence costs (accommodation, breakfasts and dinners)

Fees are not payable until a place at the Research School is offered but will be due by 4 June 2019.

Financial Aid:

Research students who will not have completed their PhD by the start of the Research School and who would otherwise be unable to attend can apply for financial aid. Application forms for financial aid will be available after the main application deadline on 15 May 2019 but details on the information that will be gathered can be found here https://tinyurl.com/mve2fxb.

Organisers: Cécile Mailler, Tim Rogers and Andreas Kyprianou

Student organisers: Tom Finn and Emma Horton

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