Eindhoven Stochastics Seminar
The weekly meetings take place on Wednesdays from 11.40 - 12.40 in room MF-12 of the MetaForum building, unless specified otherwise.
May 22: Brian Fralix (Clemson University), "A random-product representation for the stationary distribution of a Markov chain, with applications", 12.45 - 13.45 (note: different time)
May 16: Shirshendu Chatterjee (New York University), "Multiple Phase Transitions for Long-range First-passage Percolation on Lattices", 15.30 - 16.30, MF 13 (note: different day, time and room!)
May 16: Jan Maas (Bonn University), "Ricci curvature of Markov chains", 12.00- 13.00 (note: different day and time!)
April 23: Josh Reed (New York University), "A Fair Policy for the Servers in the GI-GI-1 Queue with Multiple Server Pools", 12.40 - 13.45
March 26: Francesco Guerra (University of Rome "La Sapienza" and National Institute for Nuclear Physics, Rome Section), "Spontaneous replica symmetry breaking as a real physical phenomenon", 13.30-14.30 (note: different day and different time)
February 6: Carlo Lancia (Universita di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’ and TU/e), "ROMA: Random Overlook Mastering ATM", 11.40 - 12.40
January 23: Mathias Trabs (Humboldt University - Berlin), "Efficiency in deconvolution and Lévy models", 11.40 - 12.40
December 5: Itai Dattner (TU/e, Mathematics), "Direct Estimation of Parameters in Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations", 11.40 - 12.40
November 28: Boris Skoric (TU/e, Computer Science), "Statistical properties of Tardos codes", 13.30 - 14.30 note: different time!
November 21: Yves Rozenholc (Paris V), "Statistics for angiogenosis follow-up in cancer - Laplace deconvolution in Regression", 11.40 - 12.40
November 14: no meeting due to Lunteren Meeting on Stochastics
November 5: Keith Briggs (British Telecom, Martlesham, UK), "Mathematical network research at BT Innovate & Design: an overview", 11.40-12.40, MF 5.086 (MII Room) note: different day and room!
October 31: no meeting due to general meeting of the Stochastics section
October 24, Jingui Xie (University of Science and Technology of China), "Cyclic Change of Server's Performance: Impacts and Applications", 11.40 - 12.40.
October 10, Errico Presutti (Universita di Roma 2), "Symmetric simple exclusion process (SSEP) with births and deaths and convergence to a Stefan problem", 11.40 - 12.40.
This talk we be the first talk of a mini-symposium Surprises in non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics.
There will be a limited number of regular seminars in September due to the Stochastic Activity Month on Stochastic Operations Management (see EURANDOM web site for further details)
September 26, Daryl J. Daley (The University of Melbourne), "Queueing Output Processes Revisited ", 11.40 - 12.40
September 18, Yifan Xu (Binghamton University), "Positive and Negative Compound Poisson Processes Driven by an Alternating Renewal Process", 10.45 - 11.45 (note: different day and time)
September 12, no seminar because of Pricing and Staffing Workshop at EURANDOM
September 5, Eugene Feinberg (State University of New York at Stony Brook), "Infinite-state discrete-time Markov Decision Processes ", 11.40 - 12.40
June 20, Holger Rauhut (University of Bonn), "Compressive sensing with random convolutions and suprema of chaos processes", 11.40-12.40
June 13, Alexander Iksanov (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev), "On the number of empty boxes in the Bernoulli sieve", 11.40-12.40
June 7, Anton Klimovsky (EURANDOM), "STOchastically skewed evolution: clustering vs. local coexistence", 11.40-12.40 Yellow Room (note: different day and room)
June 1, Florin Ciucu (T-Labs/TU Berlin), "Randomness and Network Capacity", 11.40-12.40 (note: different day)
May 30, Piotr Zwiernik (TU/e, Discrete Mathematics), 'Graphical Gaussian models and their groups: with application to robustness analysis", 11.30-12.30 (note: earlier start)
May 23, Clement Dombry (Univ. of Poitiers, France), "Regular conditional distributions of max-stable processes", 11.40-12.40
May 16, Remco van der Hofstad (TU/e, Stochastics), "Hypercube percolation", 11.40-12.40
May 11, Phil Whiting (Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs), "Backlog-Based Random Access in Wireless Networks: Fluid Limits and Instability Issues", 11.40-12.40 (note: different day)
May 9, No meeting because of Studium Generale talk by Remco van der Hofstad Monte Carlo; Wiskunde in het casino
May 2, Mikhail Prokopenko (CSIRO ICT Centre, Sydney), "Information Dynamics at the Edge of Chaos", 11.40-12.40
April 25, Radmila Erkocevic-Pribic (Thales Netherlands, Delft), "Stochastics with Compressive Sensing in Radar", 11.40-12.40
April 18, Gideon Weiss (University of Haifa), "Sojourn Time Estimation in an MGInfinity Queue with Partial Information", 11.40-12.40
April 17, Istvan Kolossvary and Julia Komjathy (Budapest University of Technology), "First Passage Percolation on Inhomogeneous Random Graphs", 11.00-12.00
April 11, Peter van Elsacker (TU/e), "Small Sample Size Quantile Estimation for the Negative Binomial Distribution", 11.40-12.10 (note different length of talk)
April 4, Estate Khmaladze (University of Wellington), "Contiguity theory for statistical problems with set as a parameter of interest", 11.40-12.40
March 14, Mark Peletier (TU/e), "Understanding the origins of the Wasserstein gradient flows", 11.40-12.40
March 5, Peter Grunwald (CWI and Universiteit Leiden), "Safe Learning: How to modify Bayesian inference when the model is wrong", 11.00 - 12:00 (note: different day and time)
February 29, Arnoud den Boer (CWI), "Dynamic Pricing and Learning", 13.30 - 14:20, Eurandom Yellow Room (note: different day/time/place)
February 9, Florian Simatos (TU/e), "Fluid and heavy traffic regime of a stochastic network with mobility", 11.40 - 12:40 (note: different day)
February 7, Hao Peng (TU/e, Department of Industrial Engineering), "Component Reliability Criticality or Importance Measures for Systems with Degrading Components", CANCELLED
January 11, Jean-Bernard Martens (TU/e, Department of Industrial Design), "Statistics from an HCI Perspective: Introducing Illmo (Interactive Log Likelihood Modeling)", 11:40 - 12:40
October 19, Kiamars Vafayi (University of Leiden) , "Brownian Momentum Process and Symmetric Inclusion Process, duality properties and weak coupling limits", 12:30 - 13:30 (note: different time)
October 21, Britt Mathijssen (TU/e), "Distributed Control of Light Networks-BSc thesis", 10:00 - 11:00 (note: different day and time)
October 28, Yifan Xu (Binghamton University) "First crossing time of compound Poisson processes(CPP) with linear boundaries", 14:00 - 15:00 (note: different day and time)
November 2, Tim Hulshof (TU/e), "Geometric properties of critical percolation clusters"
November 4, Ton Dieker (Georgia Tech) "Global stability of stochastic processing networks through local quadratic Lyapunov functions" 11:40 - 12:40 (note: different day)
November 9, Nikhil Bansal (TU/e) "Finding needles in exponential haystacks using Brownian Motion"
November 23, Debjit Roy (Rotterdam School of Management, Erasumus University) "Stochastic Modeling of Automated Storage Systems using Semi-open Queuing Networks"
November 30, Oliver Amft (TU/e, Department of Electrical Engineering) "Activity pattern modelling and recognition in ubiquitous systems"
December 14, Marko Boon (TU/e) "Waiting times in queueing networks with a single shared server"
January 18, Paulo Serra "M-Estimation of the Period of a Cyclical Non-homogeneous Poisson Process"
February 1, Bart Janssen "Fitting Regression Models with Zernike Polynomials"
February 8, Johan Lukkien "Vehicle to Vehicle Communication"
February 22, Botond Szabo "Empirical Bayes Method"
March 1, Remco van der Hofstad "Update on State Space Estimation Problems Posed by Jan Friso Groote"
April 5, Carlo Lancia ''Entropy-driven cutoff phenomenons"
April 12, Francesca Nardi "Metastability for Kawasaki dynamics at low temperature with two types of particles"
May 17, Alessandro Di Bucchianico "An Estimation Problem in Software Reliability"
May 24, Ludwina Hobma "Test Time Reduction of DAF Engines Using Six Sigma"
May 31, Rui Castro "Sudoku and Sinkhorn Balancing"
June 14, Kees van Hee "Discovering Characteristics of Stochastic Collections of Process Models"
June 29, Mark Holmes "Random walks in degenerate random environments"