TU/e Stochastics Colloquium

Usual location: MF 11 (4th floor)
Usual time: Wed, 15:45–16:45



Upcoming Talks


June 21 Jan Nagel (TU/e)
The speed of biased random walk among random conductances


Past Talks


2017


Jun 1 Ron Kenett (University of Turin)
On the Performance of Sequential Procedures for Detecting a Change, and Information Quality (InfoQ)
The time and location differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
May 18 Galit Yom-Tov (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology)
An Invitation Control Policy for Proactive Service Systems: Balancing Efficiency, Value and Service Level
The time and location differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
Feb 15 Paulo Serra (TU/e)
Dimension Estimation using Random Connection Models

2016


Nov 30 Rob van den Berg (VU Amsterdam)
Near-critical and frozen percolation
Oct 18 Rob J Hyndman (Monash University, Australia)
Forecasting large collections of related time series
The time and location differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
Sept 28 Tim Hulshof (TU/e)
Higher order corrections for anisotropic bootstrap percolation
The time and location differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
Sept 13 Gábor Lugosi (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
How to estimate the mean of a random variable?
The time and location differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
Sept 13 Robert Nowak (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
How to estimate the mean of a random variable?
The time and location differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
June 21 Alessandro Di Bucchianico (TU/e)
Developments in Monitoring Dynamic Data
June 15 Alexandre Mauroy (Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine)
An operator-theoretic approach to network identification
The location differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
May 11 Nikhil Bansal (TU/e)
On the Komlos Conjecture, or, how to Control your Brownian Motion
Feb 23 Edwin van den Heuvel (TU/e)
Randomized Controlled Trials: The Stepped Wedge Design
The time differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
Feb 10 Christian Borgs (Microsoft Research New England)
Graphon processes as a new model for large, sparse graphs
Jan 26 Miklós Telek Technical University of Budapest
Markovian point, terminating and branching processes
The time and location differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
Jan 20 Joachim Arts TU/e, IE&IS, OPAC group
Repairable Stocking and Expediting in a Fluctuating Demand Environment: Optimal Policy and Heuristics

2015


Dec 16 Sándor Kolumbán (Technical University Eindhoven)
Data perturbation methods for hypothesis testing in nonlinear estimation problems
Nov 24 Jan Ramon (INRIA-Lille and KU Leuven)
Learning evolutionary models from a snapshot
The time and location differs from the usual, see the abstract for the details.
Oct 14 Luca Avena (Leiden University)
Random walks in Markovian environments: a perturbative approach
June 10 Jan-Pieter Dorsman (Leiden University)
Analysis of fibre-loop optical buffers with a void-avoiding schedule
May 26 Phil Whiting (Macquarie University)
Compute and Forward for Wireless Networks - Scheduling and Capacity in Heterogenous Networks
May 6 Botond Szabó (CWI and Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Adaptive horseshoe estimation
Apr 29 Balázs Ráth (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Multiplicative coalescent with linear deletion: a rigid representation
Apr 22 Elena Pulvirenti (Leiden)
Metastability for the Widom-Rowlinson model
Mar 18
Rui Castro (TU/e)
On adaptive sensing for inference of structured sparse signals
Mar 11 Carlo Lancia (University of Rome TorVergata)
Parallel TASEP on a ring: blockage problem and non-analyticity of the current
Mar 4 Daniel Valesin (Groningen)
Percolation on the stationary distribution of the voter model on Z^d
Feb 25 Stella Kapodistria (TU/e)
Scheduling preventive maintenance on a wind turbine based on quantitative data
Feb 3 Martin Roth (KNMI and TU/e)
Analysis of trends in extreme rainfall: A regional approach
Feb 3 Murtuza Ali Abidini (TU/e)
Performance Analysis in Optical Networks
Jan 27 Laurens Smit (Leiden University)
Explicit Solutions, Properties and Applications of DES and RES Markov processes
Jan 10 Tobias Muller (Utrecht University)
A hyperbolic model for complex networks
Jan 6 Robert Fitzner (Stockholm Universiteit)
Using Super-Resolution Microscopy to Probe Exchange Pathways (a joint venture of chemistry and mathematics)


Author guidelines


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Section Stochastics website
Organizers Rui M. Pires da Silva Castro
Stella Kapodistria
Sándor Kolumbán
Julia Komjáthy
Nazanin Nooraee


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