Embassy of France in Russia (program "La Chaire Gabriel Lamé" )
Chebyshev Laboratory (SPbSU)
Jacques Hadamard Mathematical Foundation.
I.A. Ibragimov (co-chairman),
Zhan Shi (co-chairman, Lamé Chair Professor),
Tatiana Vinogradova - visa firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalia Kirshner - travel issues email@example.com
Zlata Gravshina - accommodation firstname.lastname@example.org
Probability theory has been among the most active branches in mathematics,
notably thanks to its interactions with many other fields and disciplines.
The aim of the symposium is to bring in world-leading probabilists with an
in-depth program of their latest research work.
Symposium consists of two mini-courses and several invited talks,
completed by contributed talks.
Mini courses (each course: four 90-min lectures):
Professor Martin Hairer (University of Warwick) :
Stochastic partial differential equations.
Professor Jean-Francois Le Gall (Université Paris Orsay):
Random planar maps.
Professor Hairer is a laureat of the recent Fields medal (2014).
Professor Le Gall is one of the leading French probabilists
(member of French academy of sciences, laureat of Loève Prize,
Fermat Prize and many others awards), as well as a world renowned
Julien Berestycki (University of Oxford)
Nicolas Curien (Université Paris Orsay)
Bernard Derrida (Collegè de France & ENS)
Vladas Sidoravicius (Courant Institute & NYU-Shanghai)
Organisation and support:
Invited speakers are selected by Chair Lamé Professor. Contributed talks
are selected by the Organizing Committee.
Young mathematicians (undergraduate, graduate students and post-docs) participation
is supported (hosting - for all, travel expenses - for participants from
Russia and CIS).
Lunches, welcome party and coffee breaks are free for all participants.
The number of participants is limited.
Registration of any person willing to participate is mandatory.
The registration deadline is 20 March.
will confirm the admission. If necessary, obtaining Russian visa will
Conference coordinators would help to confirmed participants with lodging:
lecturers and invited speakers would live in hotel near Euler Institute,
young participants will obtain a hostel-type lodging. If you wish to arrange lodging
by yourself please inform the coordinators.
The travel support is organized strictly through the administration of the Euler Institute. Otherwise travel expenses are not reimbursed.
No registration fee is assumed.