2010

21/1, Bernhard Mehlig (Physics, GU) and Serik Sagitov, The Coalescent in Fluctuating Environments
28/1, Susanna Lövdahl och  Bergrún Magnúsdóttir (examensarbete), Modelling Growth Curves for Children Using Linear Mixed Models
4/2, Maryia Braukovich, examensarbete, Modelling Insulin Sensitivity Using Non Linear Mixed Effect Models
9/2, Igor Rychlik, Risk for fatigue failure  - sensitivity analysis
18/2, Kalle Parvinen, Åbo, Evolution of cooperation and evolution of dispersal in a metapopulation model: evolutionary branching, evolutionary suicide and Allee effects
4/3, Lennart Norell, SLU, Uppsala, Experimental design for variance components
11/3, Marianne Frisén, Handelshögskolan, Optimal Sequential Surveillance for Finance, Public Health, and Other Areas
18/3, Anton Muratov, Locally defined sequential process
25/3, András Bálint, Confidence intervals for the critical values in the divide and colour model
27/4, Mari Myllymäki, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, A random set generated Cox point process model for pine saplings
29/4, Holger Rootzén, Limit Theorems for Empirical Processes of Cluster Functionals
6/5, Pieter Trapman, Amsterdam och Stockholm, The growth of the infinite long-range percolation cluster and an application to spatial epidemics
11/5, Mikhail Menshikov, Durham University, On a general many-dimensional excited random walk
18/5, K. B. Athreya, Ames and Bangalore, The last common ancestor problem for multitype branching processes
20/5, John Nolan, American University, Washington, A Gentle Introduction to Stable Distributions
24/5, Marcus Isaksson, doctoral thesis, Topics in Hardness of Approximation and Social Choice Theory
25/5, Jyy-I Hong, The Last Common Ancestor Problem in Branching Processes
25/5, K. B. Athreya, Ames and Bangalore, Preferential attachment random graphs with general weight function
26/5, Eli Upfal, Brown University (Chalmers Jubilee Professor 2010), An Efficient Rigorous Approach for Identifying Statistically Significant Frequent Itemsets
27/5, Matthias Löwe, Munster, On the convergence of the Swapping Algorithm
1/6, Thierry Vilmart, Master thesis presentation: Probabilistic life prediction of an airplane engine component
3/6, K. B. Athreya, Ames and Bangalore, Entropy and Gibbs Measures
8/6, Carl-Fredrik Burman, associate professor seminar
10/6, Frank Eriksson, licentiate thesis, Semiparametric survival models for routine register data
10/6, Estate Khmaladze, Wellington, Differentiation of set-valued functions: how we do it and why do we need it in statistics
19/8, Chris Jennison, Bath University, Data combination in seamless Phase II/II designs
24/8, Eli Upfal, Brown University, Chalmers Jubilee Professor 2010, Algorithms for Detecting Significantly Mutated Pathways in Cancer
2/9, Simon Tavaré, Cambridge Research Institute, Chalmers Jubilee Professor 2010, Regression models for genome-wide association studies
9/9, Kasper Berthelsen, Aalborg, Transforming spatial point processes into Poisson processes using random superposition
23/9, Anton Grafström, Umeå, Entropy of unequal probability sampling designs
7/10, Olle Häggström, Bland klimatforskare och klimatskeptiker
8/10, Wengang Mao, disputation, Fatigue assessment and extreme response prediction of ship structures
14/10, Claudia Redenbach, University of Kaiserslautern, Stochastic models for open foams
2/11, Oscar Hammar, licentiatseminarium, Inference in a Partially Observed Percolation Process
4/11, Finn Lindgren, NTNU, Trondheim, A practical approach to general spatial models based on SPDEs and Markov random fields
11/11, Peter Jagers, Hur går det för populationer på begränsade områden? / What about branching populations with a finite carrying capacity?
18/11, Anders Öberg, Uppsala, Bernoulli g-measures via coupling
25/11, Klas Markström, Umeå, Quantum probability for the non-physicist
2/12, Ludwig Andersson, examensarbete, Modelling glucose kinetics using ordinary and stochastic differential equations
9/12, Peter Jagers, 40 år med Statistiska seminariet

Published: Tue 03 Jan 2017.