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  • Seminars by Petter Mostad, As a part of the bioinformatics cooperation between mathematics and medical departments at Chalmers and GU, we will start up a seminar series focused on the statistical data analysis of data from microarray experiments. We will meet every third or fourth week.
  • 20/12, Johan Strömbeck, Teknisk fysik, redovisar sitt examensarbete, Synthesizing 3D Landscapes from Topographic Maps
  • 15/12, Magnus Åstrand, licentiatseminarium
  • 15/12, Biostatistiskt seminarium, Jochen Mau, Heinrich Heine Universität, Dusseldorf, Comparisons of Macro Designs, Coatings and Number of Poles of Dental Implants: Results of Three Randomized Multicenter Clinical Trials and Statistical Issues
  • 15/12, Tomas Björk, Department of Finance, Stockholm School of Economics, Finite dimensional realizations for nonlinear forward rate models
  • 12/12, Marc Raimondo, University of Sydney, Applying Extreme Value theory to Wavelet Transforms (inställt p g a sjukdom)
  • 30/11, Eric Järpe, Högskolan i Halmstad, Spatiell övervakning --- det enklaste icke-triviala fallet
  • 20/11, Niclas Nilsson, Teknisk fysik, presentation av examensarbete, Classification of fingerprint databases
  • 16/11, Urban Hjorth, Jämförelse av apriorifördelningar
  • 14/11, Mia Deijfen, Stockholms universitet, Epidemier på sociala nätverk
  • 13/11, John Gustafsson, redovisning av examensarbete, A current leakage model for unwarping 2D electrophoresis gel images
  • 10/11, Ulrica Olofsson, licentiatseminarium, Modelling Hereditary Diseases Using Galton-Watson Processes
  • 9/11, Anne-Laure Fougeres, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, Bivariate distributions with given extreme value attractor
  • 2/11, Hampus Rabow, Institutionen för vetenskapsteori, GU: Högskolan i vetenskapens gränsområden
  • 27/10, Christer Åkerblom, licentiatseminarium: Tracking Mobile Phones in Urban Areas
  • 26/10, Petter Mostad, Stokastisk modellering av oljereservoarer
  • 12/10, Martin Olofsson, licentiatseminarium, Evaluation of Estimates of Extreme Fatigue
  • 21/9, Uwe Rösler, Kiel, Extinction probabilities for bisexual branching
  • 8/9, Johan S Carlsson, disputation, How to reduce geometrical variation in assembled products
  • 7/9, Michael Yu Wang, Hongkong (Opponent vid Johan Carlssons disputation, Fixturing planning in a discrete domain
  • 1/9, Kåre Lodeby, licentiatseminarium, Variability Analysis in Engineering Computational Processes
  • 24/8, 10 am to 5 pm, SEMINARS ON FATIGUE AND EXTREMES at the Department of Mathematical Statistics, Chalmers, Eklandagatan 86 in room MD6: 10.00, Y Murakami, Kyushu University, Japan, Some new problems related to statistics of extremes in metal fatigue, 11.00, S Beretta, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, Mixtures of defects and extreme value sampling, 11.30, T Svensson, Swedish Testing and Research Institute, Estimation of defect distribution without inspections, 11.50, Break, 14.00, H Drees, University of Heidelberg, Germany, Accuracy of generalised Pareto approximations in WicksellOs corpuscle problem, 14.30, P Johannesson, Chalmers, Extrapolation of rainflow matrices, 15.15, C Anderson, University of Sheffield, Great Britain, Factors affecting inference about inclusions in fatigue limit, 16.15, M Rudemo, Chalmers, Marked point processes with variable size spheres, 16.30, E Kabo, Chalmers, Finite element simulation at clustering effects in rolling contact, 16.45, G Chai, Sandvik, Effect of location, size and shape of defects on fatigue life of high strength steel
  • MINI-WORKSHOP ON EXTREMES AND RANDOM PROCESES: Ross Leadbetter (Chapel Hill): Environmental Regulation as Statistical Testing and Central Limit Theory at Work, Olivier Perrin (Toulouse): Modelling and estimating a non-stationary spatial structure, Vladimir Piterbarg (Moskow): On double extremes of Gaussian processes, Holger Rootzen (Göteborg): Extreme value analysis of pit corrosion, Patrik Albin (Göteborg): Title to be announced
  • 7/6, Peter Schuster, Institut für theoretische Chemie, Universität Wien, Evolution of molecular phenotypes: The RNA model
  • 30/5, Bioinformatikseminarium, Jan Komorowski, Norges teknisk-naturvetenskaplige Universitet, Mining gene expression data using multiple sources of biological knowledge
  • 30/5, Antonio Lijoi, Pavia, A Bayesian analysis of the performance of telecommunication systems
  • 30/5, Mia Svensson, redovisning av examensarbete, Variationskällor i en tillverkningsprocess: Kartläggning och analys av första steget i cementtillverkning
  • 24/5, Tobias Ryden, Lund, Simulering av itererade Ito-integraler
  • 23/5, Dan Mattsson, licentiatseminarium, Perfect Simulation of Certain Queueing Networks
  • 17/5, Fima Klebaner, Melbourne, Some new results on the Lotka-Volterra model, the classical and stochastic
  • 9 - 13/5, Workshop in Bioinformatics and Statistical genetics, Nordisk Folklig Akademi
  • 5/5, David Svensson, disputationsseminarium
  • 4/5, Martin Jacobsen, Köpenhamn
  • 3/5, Manuel Mota Medina, Estremadura, Bisexual Galton-Watson branching processes
  • 18/4, Jana Jureckova, Karlsuniversitetet, Prag, New tests on the Pareto-type tail index
  • 15/4, Nibia Aires, Disputation, Techniques to Calculate Exact Inclusion Probabilities for Conditional Poisson Sampling and Pareto Sampling Designs
  • 31/3, Yacoub Abbasi, redovisning av examensarbete, Probability Plotting and Testing of the Normal Distribution Assumption
  • 30/3, Mikael Knutsson, licentiatseminarium, Nonparametric Linkage Power by Simulations and Multivariate Normal Approximations
  • 29/3, Tom Britton, Umeå, Age-dating nodes in phylogenetic trees
  • 23-25/3, Nordic School of Public Health at Nya Varvet, Olle Nerman, Tom Britton. Bioinformatics course, Gothenburg part
  • 21/3, Ilghis Ibragimov, On Procrustes rotatations, an algorithm used in Chemometrics
  • 20/3, Mikael Hansson, redovisning av ex arbete, Gene Clustering
  • 9/3, Catalin Starica, docentföreläsning
  • 7/3, Michael Waterman, Los Angeles, Making and Matching Restriction Maps
  • 3/3, Bill Amos, Cambridge, How much can we learn from large genetic data sets?
  • 2/3, V Bentkus, Vilnius, Bielefeldt, Lattice point problems. the distribution of values of polynomials and the Central Limit Theorems
  • 29/2, Håkan Andersson, Föreningssparbanken, Measuring financial risk
  • 17/2, Holger Rootzen, The infinite source Poisson data transmission model
  • 3/2, Devdatt Dubhashi, Datavetenskap, Negative Dependence
  • 27/1, Peter Kotelenez, Case Western Reserve University, Macroscopic Limits for Stochastic Partial Differential Equations
  • 21/1, Gustav Tolt, Teknisk fysik: Redovisning av examensarbete: Automatisk detektering av kollisionshot mot fordon
  • 19/1, Bioinformatikseminarium, Dirk Repsilber, Hamburg: Genetic networks & Cellular Automata in genetics - two examples for conceptual modelling
  • 13/1, Bengt Norden, Fysikalisk kemi, Chalmers: Molekylär igenkänning
  • 11/1, Maria Johannesson, Teknisk fysik, redovisning av examensarbete, Superresolution

Published: Tue 29 Jan 2019.