2002

  • 5/12, Chris Glasbey, Scotland, Analysis of microarrays and electrophoresis gels
  • 27/11, Mats Kvarnström, licentiatseminarium, Estimating Diffusion Coefficients in Colloidal Particle Systems
  • 26/11, Ted Hill, Georgia Tech, Constructing Random Probability Distributions
  • 21/11, John Nolan, American University, Stable Distributions: Models for Heavy Tailed Data
  • 19/11, Elisabeth Undén, presentation av examensarbete, Gas Source Flux Estimation using Linear Regression and Gaussian Plume Models
  • 5/11, Priscilla Greenwood, University of British Columbia, Noise Assisted Signal Identification
  • 24/10, Catrin Bergkvist, Sharon Kühlmann-Berenzon och Anders Muszta, Konsultgruppen, Aktuella konsultproblem
  • 17/10, Ulla Machado, Crossing intensities for non-Gaussian sea models - application of Saddlepoint Approximations
  • 15/10, Per Kalling, Anders Karlström, presentation av examensarbete, Statistical Approach to Fatigue Life Prediction of Spot Welds
  • 10/10, Marina Alexandersson, Picking alignments from Steiner trees
  • 3/10,Urban Hjorth och Kerstin Wiklander, Konsultgruppen, Aktuella konsultproblem
  • 1/10,Ulrich Krengel, Göttingen, Convergence in Distribution and Relatives of the Levy Continuity Theorem
  • 27/9, Erik Brodin, redovisning av examensarbete, On the Logreturns of Empirical Financial Data
  • 26/9, Tommy Norberg, Några glimtar från mitt samarbete med geologi
  • 24/9, Carl Lindberg presenterar sitt examensarbete, Hedging options: Costs and associated risks
  • 5/9, Mike Cranston, Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester
  • 7/6, Marie Nilsgren presenterar sitt examensarbete, Search of Prediction Models and Sampling Plans for Emission Tests on Heavy Diesel Engines
  • 5/6, Hermann Thorisson, Islands universitet, More on Point-Stationarity
  • 4/6, Chris Rogers, University of Bath, Monte Carlo valuation of American options
  • 30/5, Jenny Larsson Kf presenterar sitt examensarbete. Jenny har mätt och analyserat testpaneldata vid SCA, Sensory tests at SCA
  • 24/5, Dan Mattsson, disputation, On Perfect Simulation of Markovian Queueing Networks with Blocking
  • 23/5, 15.15 Lars Holst, KTH, 16.00 Ingemar Kaj, Uppsala universitet, On cycles in random permutations resp A limit process for long-range dependent arrival models under critical scaling
  • 7/5, Dolinski, Warszawa, Fatigue accumulation process under random loading
  • 3/5, Tobias Adolfsson, disputation, Statistical Methods for Designed Experiments and Spectroscopic Data
  • 8/4, Sara Sjöstedt-de Luna, Umeå, The Bootstrap and Kriging Prediction Intervals
  • 6/3, Tom Kurtz, University of Madison-Wisconsin, Stochastic equations for spatial birth and death processes
  • 12/3, Jeff Steif, joint with analysis, Determinantal stationary processes and Toeplitz matrices
  • 28/2, Luc Devroye, McGill University, Universal laws of large numbers for tries
  • 26-28/2, Ralf Korn, Kaiserslautern, Minikurs i Optimal Portfolios
  • 26/2, Carl-Eric Strengell, redovisning av examensarbete, A survey of experimental design with applications
  • 21/2, Bernhard Mehlig, Fysisk resursteori, Chalmers, Dynamics in non-normal random systems
  • 7/2, Nina Gantert, Tyskland, Random walks in random environments and random graphs
  • 19/2, Richard Wilson, Univ Queensland, Brisbane
  • 31/1, Mats Rudemo, Microarrays, a challenge to statistics
  • 29/1, Joerg Schmeling, Lunds universitet, joint with analysis, Some applications of dynamical dimension theory
  • 24/1, Devdatt Dubhashi, Quantum Computing and Random Walks

Published: Tue 08 Jan 2019.