1998

  • 17/12, Patrik Albin: Conditional moments and probabilities for alpha-stable random vectors with application to upcrossing intensities for differentiable alpha-stable stochastic processes (joint work with M R Leadbetter)
  • 10/12, Charles-Antoine Guerin: Wavelet analysis and covariance structure of some classes of non-stationary processes
  • 3/12, Urban Hjorth: Predictive model selection
  • 26/11, Alexandra Ushakova, Moskva
  • 26/11, Ev kl 14.15 Mark Dixon
  • 24/11, Edna James, Iowa State University: Monte Carlo simulation of the hybrid A-B catalytic surface reaction model using 8-site rule
  • 23/11, Gheorge Zbaganu, Bukarest: The contractivity of a stochastic matrix with respect to sublinear functions
  • 20/11, kl 13.15 Jens Lagergren, institutionen för numertisk analys och datalogi, KTH: An algorithm for the matrix-to-line problem and its application to RH-mapping
  • 19/11, Elke Thönnes: Perfect simulation in stochastic geometry: An overview and a classification
  • 19/11, kl 13.15 Elja Arjas, Nevanlinna institutet, Helsingfors: On Bayesian methods in QTL-mapping
  • 17/11, Marina Tsygan: On the ergodic properties of storage and risk models allowing infinite moments of inputs
  • 12/11, Geoff Nicholls, Auckland: Spontaneous magnetisation in the plane
  • 10/11, Tony Greenfield, Sheffield: Design of experiments for industry
  • 6/11, Ole Barndorff Nielsen, Aarhus: Stochastic volatility modelling
  • 5/11, Michael S Keane, Delft: Random coin tossing
  • 29/10, Henrik Nyberg, Ericsson, UAB: Aspects on modelling data traffic
  • 22/10, Peter Jagers: Stokastisk analys, klassisk analys och populationsdynamik med beroenden
  • 15/10, Olle Häggström: Perkolation och ferromagnetism på Z^2
  • 13/10, Chris Cannings, Univ of Sheffield: Group testing to detect an odd item when items have restricted availability
  • 8/10, OBS Årsmöte i Föreningen för medicinsk statistik på Handelshögskolan i Göteborg. Hela dagen ägnas åt genetisk statistik
  • 6/10, Holger Drees: How to use a Hill plot
  • 25/9, kl 13.15 Ola Engvall: Redovisning av examensarbete
  • 24/9, Vladimir Piterbarg, Moskva: Limit theorems for maxima of Gaussian fields
  • 17/9, Lars Holst, KTH: On the vector of a random walk on a circle
  • 11/9, kl 13.15 licentiatseminarium Nibia Aires: Exact inclusion probabilities for conditional Poisson sampling and Pareto ps sampling designs
  • 10/9, Laurens de Haan, Erasmus University, Rotterdam: A bootstrap based method to achieve optimality in extreme value estimation
  • 3/9, Tailen Hsing, National University, Singapore: Linear processes, long-range dependence and asymptotic expansions
  • 3/9, kl 13.15 licentiatseminarium Lotta Hallberg: A statistical model for fish stock assessment in the Gulf of Bothnia
  • 27/8, Ross Leadbetter, North Carolina: On extremes and central limit theory for random fields
  • 26/8, Anthony Ledford: Some results on dependence in time series extremes
  • 25/8, Angelika May, Munchen: The dependence function for bivariate extreme value distributions - a systematic approach
  • 16/6, Youssef Ouknine: On some problems in stochastic analysis
  • 16/6, Eva-Marta Dioszegi, kl 13.15 presentation av examensarbete: Earthquake analysis
  • 10/6, Hermann Thorisson, University of Iceland: Constructing a quasi-stationary process
  • 3/6, Marianne Månsson: Compound Poisson approximation in connection with clustering of random points
  • 28/5, Marie-Colette van Lieshout, Amsterdam: Size distributions in stochastic geometry
  • 26/5, Sid Resnick
  • 25/5, Marek Kimmel, Rice, kl 14.15: A Mathematical model of the cell cycle
  • 19/5, Mikael Raab, Stockholm, kl 16.15: Compound Poisson approximation of the number of exceedances in Gaussian sequences
  • 19/5, Simon Tavaré, Los Angeles: Estimating the age of mutations using intra-allelic variability
  • 8/5, (OBS fredag kl 13.15) Marek Kimmel: Desiquilibrium mapping: Maximum likelihood models
  • 7/5, Ola Engvall, examensarbete
  • 4/5, Anthony G Pakes: The Markov Branching Process with Harsh Catastrophes
  • 30/4, Krishna B Athreya: XlogX conditions for exponential growth in multitype branching and still more generally
  • 29/4, Krishna B Athreya, Ames: Random iteration of logistic maps
  • 23/4, Fima Klebaner, Melbourne: Density dependent branching processes as randomly perturbed maps of an interval
  • 16/4, Torkel Erhardsson, KTH: Compound Poisson approximation for Markov chains using Stein's method
  • 14/4, Marek Kimmel, Rice University, kl 16.00: Population dynamics coded in DNA: History of growth and migrations of modern humans
  • 2/4, Mats Gyllenberg, Åbo: On the mathematical formulation of structured population dynamics
  • 26/3, Yukitaka Murakami, Japan: Estimating the fatigue limit without testing
  • 24/3, Stefano Beretta, Italien: Statistical methods for the analysis of S-N diagram
  • 19/3, Igor Rychlik, Lund: Some reliability applications of Rice formula for the intensity of level crossings. (An important part contains the application to fatigue)
  • 12/3, Tim Topper, Canada: Fatigue crack opening and growth measurements using confocal scanning laser microscopy
  • 10/3, Aila Särkkä: On area-interaction processes
  • 5/3, Georg Lindgren, Lund: Wave-length and wave-period distributions on random seas
  • 27/2, Marina Alexandersson, 13.15 lic seminarium: Branching processes and cell populations
  • 27/2, Sören Asmussen, 10.15: A probabilistic look at the Wiener-Hopf equation
  • 24/2, Björn Holmström, Lunds univ: Komponenter av anpassningstest och homogenitetstest på en regelbunden månghörning
  • 23/2, Stefan Franzen, lic seminarium
  • 19/2, Sture Holm
  • 12/2, Charles-Antoine Guérin: Remote sensing of fractal surfaces
  • 10/2, Johan Jonasson: Om konvergenshastigheter för ändliga Markovkedjor
  • 29/1, Catalin Starica: The tales the tails of ARCH processes tell
  • 22/1, Ziad Taib: On the use of entropy in discriminant analysis
  • 12/12, Klas Hjelmgren, 13.15 lic seminarium
  • 11/12, Tobias Rydén, Lunds universitet: Jump Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithms for Bayesian inference in hidden Markov models
  • 9/12, Andras Zempleni, Budapest: Collection of statistical exercises. About a book written by T F Mori, L Szeidl and A Zempleni
  • 4/12, Serik Sagitov: Asymptotic growth in a CMJ population with interaction
  • 2/12, Vadim Malyshev, Moscow: Random grammars and random topologies
  • 27/11, Evsei Morozov, Petrozavodsk: Weak regenerative queueing network processes
  • 20/11, Aurel Spataru, Bukarest: Precise asymptotics in the law of large numbers
  • 18/11, Bengt Rosen, Statistiska centralbyrån och Stockholms universitet: Order sampling with inclusion probabilities proportional to size
  • 13/11, Timo Seppäläinen, Ames, Iowa State University: Large deviations for increasing sequences among Poisson points on the plane
  • 11/11, Timo Seppäläinen, Ames, Iowa State University: Hydrodynamic limits for the one-dimensional simple exclusion process
  • 6/11, Harry Kesten, Cornell university: Quasi-stationary distributions for Markov chains
  • 21/10, Esbjörn Ohlsson, Stockholms universitet: Urval ur en två-dimensionell population: Cross-classified sampling
  • 14/10, Bengt Swensson, Högskolan i Örebro och Uppsala universitet: Designbaserad inferens - ett i praktiken överspelat paradigm?
  • 9/10, Jürg Hüsler, University of Bern: Extremes of nonstationary Gaussian processes
  • 2/10, Olle Häggström: Om perkolation
  • 30/9, Sture Holm och Elisabeth Svensson, Semiparametriska metoder för konstruktion av referensvärden
  • 25/9, Mikael Andersson: Flertypsmodeller för epidemispridning med svaga kontakter mellan individer
  • 18/9, Imre Paszit, Reaktorfysik, Chalmers: Fluktuationer i partikelkaskader med tillämpningar i reaktorfysik, diagnostik och materialvetenskap
  • 16/9, Marina Tsygan: Konvergens av Markovkedjor med en svag Felleregenskap
  • 11/9, Patrick Royston: Age dependent reference values
  • 26/8, Sara Lorén redovisar sitt examensarbete
  • 26/8, Håkan Lundborg redovisar sitt examensarbete
  • 17/6, Mary Phipps, University of Sydney: Small samples and the tilted bootstrap
  • 12/6, 13.15 Magnus Kjaer redovisar sitt examensarbete
  • 12/6, Miklos Arato, Budapest: Mean Estimation of Brownian and Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Sheets
  • 5/6, Lazlo Szeidl, Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest: Limit theorems for random symmetric polynomials
  • 27/5, C C Heyde, Australian National University och Columbia University: Estimating Functions and Quasi-Likelihood 13.15
  • 22/5, Catalin Starica, Univ Pennsylvania: Tail index estimation for dependent data
  • 6/5, Jan Enger, KTH: Varför standardiserar man statistiska metoder?
  • 29/4, Göran Broström, Umeå universitet: The Change-point problem for binary sequences
  • 24/4, Dag Wedelin: Efficient estimation and model selection among large graphical models och Axel Ruhe: Information retrieval with singular value decomposition
  • 22/4, Olof Bengtsson: Fortsatta diskussioner om Klinisk genetik, stamträdsanalys och DNA-sekvensering.
  • 17/4, Krysztof Nowicki, Lunds universitet: Order of magnitude bounds for expectations of V2-functions of generalized random bilinear forms
  • 6-11/4, Workshop in Medical Statistics
  • 3/4, Mark Fielding, Melbourne: Simulated annealing cooling Schedules
  • 25/3, Johan Jonasson: The Random triangle model: a model for social networks with similarities to the random cluster model
  • 20/3, Stephen Senn, University College London: Individualising patient therapy
  • 18/3, Harry Cohn, Melbourne: Branching Random Walks
  • 13/3, Susan Murphy, Pennsylvania State University: MLE in the proportional odds model
  • 12/3, Jan Wahlström, Östra sjukhuset: Om problem vi har inom klinisk genetik
  • 6/3, Åke Svensson, Stockholms universitet: Statistical analysis of vaccine efficacies
  • 4/3, Djuro Hilbert, Volvo: Statistisk försöksplanering, några exempel
  • 27/2, Mats Rudemo: Statistisk analys av flygbilder av skog
  • 20/2, Per Broberg, Astra-Arcus, Södertälje: Clinical Trials and Compliance
  • 13/2, Hans Wedel, Nordiska Hälsovårdshögskolan: Några statistiska problem i samband med kliniska prövningar
  • 11/2, Christian Maes, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven: Weakly Gibbsian measures
  • 7/2, Shiryaev (forts) 13.15
  • 6/2, Albert Shiryaev, Moskva: Local Martingales and Two Fundamental Theorems of Asses Pricing

Published: Mon 25 Feb 2019.