Past seminars

For speakers and abstracts of past task since fall 2022 see

Early 2022

18/1, Emilia Pompe, University Oxford: Robust inference using Posterior Bootstrap. Abstract
25/1, Tomáš Mrkvička, University of South Boemia: What can be proven by functional test statistics: The R package GET. Abstract
 8/2, Arno Solin, Aalto University: On the link between neural networks and stationary Gaussian process priors. Abstract
22/2, Paula Moraga, KAUST: Combined analysis of spatially misaligned data using Gaussian fields and the stochastic partial differential equation approach. Abstract
1/3, Maria Skoularidou, Cambridge University: Estimating the directing information and testing for causality. Abstract
12/4, Radu Stoica, Université de Lorraine: Random structures and patterns in spatio-temporal data: probabilistic modelling and statistical inference. Abstract
19/4, Ottmar Cronie, Chalmers/GU: Point process learning. Abstract
17/5, Marina Axelson-Fisk, Chalmers/GU: Comparative gene finding on highly diverse chromosome alleles. Abstract
7/6, Nicoletta D'Angelo, Università degli Studi di Palermo: TBA​​​​​​​


19/1, Anna Dreber Almenberg, Stockholm School of Economics: (Predicting) replication outcomes
2/2, Claudia Redenbach, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern: Using stochastic models for segmentation and characterization of spatial microstructures
16/2, Fredrik Johansson, Chalmers: Making the most of observational data in causal estimation with machine learning
2/3, Andrea De Gaetano, IRIB CNR: Modelling haemorrhagic shock and statistical challenges for parameter estimation
16/3, Fredrik Lindsten, Linköping University: Monte Carlo for Approximate Bayesian Inference
30/3, Manuela Zucknick, University of Oslo: Bayesian modelling of treatment response in ex vivo drug screens for precision cancer medicine
6/4, ​Prashant Singh, Uppsala University: Likelihood-free parameter inference of stochastic time series models: exploring neural networks to enhance scalability, efficiency and performance
11/5, Ilaria Prosdocimi, University of Venice: Statistical models for the detection of changes in peak river flow in the UK​
25/5, Matteo Fasiolo, University of Bristol: Generalized additive models for ensemble electricity demand forecasting
8/6, Seyed Morteza Najibi, Lund University, Functional Singular Spectrum Analysis with application to remote sensing data
25/8, Jonas Wallin, Lund University: Locally scale invariant proper scoring rules
14/9, Moritz Schauer, Chalmers/GU: The sticky Zig-Zag sampler: an event chain Monte Carlo (PDMP-) sampler for Bayesian variable selection
​21/9, Johan Larsson, Lund University: The Hessian Screening Rule and Adaptive Paths for the Lasso
12/10, Konstantinos Konstantinou, Chalmers/GU: Spatial modeling of epidermal nerve fiber patterns
19/10, Alice Corbella, Warwick University: Introducing Zig-Zag Sampling and making it applicable
9/11, Dootika Vats, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur: Revisiting the Gelman-Rubin Diagnostic
23/11, Edward Ionides, University of Michigan: Bagging and blocking: Inference via particle filters for interacting dynamic systems
30/11, Sebastian Persson, Chalmers/GU: Scalable Bayesian inference for dynamic state-space mixed-effects models
10/12, Thordis L. Thorarinsdottir, Norwegian Computing Centre: Validation of point process predictions with proper scoring rules
14/12, Serik Sagitov, Chalmers/GU: Critical branching as a pure death process coming down from infinity


4/2, Aleksej Zelezniak, Chalmers: Uncovering genotype-phenotype relationships using artificial intelligence
11/2, Henrik Imberg, Chalmers: Optimal sampling in unbiased active learning
18/2, Ottmar Cronie, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of Gothenburg, and Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Umeå University: Resample-smoothing and its application to Voronoi estimators
10/3, Nikolaos Kourentzes, University of Skövde: Predicting with hierarchies
17/3, Mike Pereira, Chalmers: A matrix-free approach to deal with non-stationary Gaussian random fields in geostatistical applications
21/4, Rasmus Pedersen, Roskilde Universitet: Modelling Hematopoietic Stem Cells and their Interaction with the Bone Marrow Micro-Environment
28/4, András Bálint, Chalmers: Mathematical methods in the analysis of traffic safety data.
16/6, Moritz Schauer, Chalmers: Trait evolution on phylogenetic trees: inference with guided Markov processes
23/6, Chris Drovandi, Queensland University of Technology, Australia: Accelerating sequential Monte Carlo with surrogate likelihoods
6/10, Botond Szabo, University of Leiden: Variational Bayes for high-dimensional model selection
13/10, Raphaël Huser, KAUST: Estimating high-resolution Red Sea surface temperature hotspots, using a low-rank semiparametric spatial model
20/10, Luigi Acerbi, University of Helsinki: Practical sample-efficient Bayesian inference for models with and without likelihoods
27/10, Stéphanie van der Pas, Leiden University: Multiscale Bayesian survival analysis
24/11, Peter Jagers and Sergey Zuyev, Chalmers: Galton was right: all populations die out
1/12, Umberto Simola, University of Helsinki: Adaptive Approximate Bayesian Computation Tolerance Selection
8/12, Magnus Röding, Chalmers and RISE: Mass transport in porous materials – combining physics, spatial statistics, machine learning, and data science
15/12, Mattias Villani, Linköping and Stockholm University: Spectral Subsampling MCMC for Stationary Multivariate Time Series


17/1 - Magnus Röding: Imaging, characterization, and in silico design of heterogeneous porous materials
24/1 - Mats Gyllenberg, Helsingfors Universitet: On models of physiologically structured populations and their reduction to ordinary differential equations.
31/1 - Christian A. Naesseth, Automatic Control, Linköping: Variational and Monte Carlo methods - Bridging the Gap.
7/2 - Jonas Wallin, Lund University: Multivariate Type-G Matérn fields.
14/2 - Jes Frellsen, IT University of Copenhagen: Deep latent variable models: estimation and missing data imputation.
21/2 - Riccardo De Bin, University of Oslo: Detection of influential points as a byproduct of resampling-based variable selection procedures.
28/2 - Johan Henriksson: Single-cell perturbation analysis – the solution to systems biology?
7/3 - Larisa Beilina: Time-adaptive parameter identification in mathematical model of HIV infection with drug therapy. 
14/3 - Umbert Picchini: Accelerating MCMC sampling via approximate delayed-acceptance. 
21/3 - Samuel Wiqvist, Lund University: Automatic learning of summary statistics for Approximate Bayesian Computation using Partially Exchangeable Networks. 
28/3 - Hans Falhlin (Chief Investment Officer, AP2, Andra AP-fonden)  and Tomas Morsing ( Head of Quantitative Strategies, AP2, Andra AP-fonden): A scientific approach to financial decision making in the context of managing Swedish pension assets. 
11/4 - Daniele Silvestro: Birth-death models to understand the evolution of (bio)diversity.
12/4 - Erika B. Roldan Roa,  Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University: Evolution of the homology and related geometric properties of the Eden Growth Model.
16/5 - Susanne Ditlevsen, University of Copenhagen: Inferring network structure from oscillating systems with cointegrated phase processes.
23/5 - Chun-Biu Li, Stockholms Universitet: Information Theoretic Approaches to Statistical Learning.
13/6 - Sara Hamis, Swansea University: DNA Damage Response Inhibition: Predicting in vivo treatment responses using an in vitro- calibrated mathematical model.
19/9 - Ronald Meester, Vrije University, Amsterdam: The DNA Database Controversy 2.0.
26/9 - Valerie Monbet, Université de Rennes: Time-change models for asymmetric processes.
3/10 - Peter Jagers, Chalmers: Populations - from few independently reproducing  individuals to continuous and deterministic flows. Or: From branching processes to adaptive population dynamics. 
15/10 - Mats Gyllenberg, Helsingfors Universitet: Difference and differential equations in population biology: History and modelling.
17/10 - Richard Davis, Columbia University and Chalmers Jubileum Professor 2019: Extreme Value Theory Without the Largest Values: What Can Be Done? 
24/10 - Erica Metheney, Department of Political Sciences, University of Gothenburg: Modifying Non-Graphic Sequences to be Graphic.
31/10 - Sofia Tapani, AstraZeneca: Early clinical trial design - Platform designs with the patient at its center.
6/11 - Richard Torkar, Software Engineering, Chalmers: Why do we encourage even more missingness when dealing with missing data?
7/11 - Krzysztof Bartoszek, Linköping University: Formulating adaptive hypotheses in multivariate phylogenetic comparative methods.
20/11 - Paul-Christian Bürkner, Aalto University: Bayesflow: Software assisted Bayesian workflow.
27/11 - Geir Storvik, Oslo University: Flexible Bayesian Nonlinear Model Configuration. 
4/12 - Moritz Schauer, Chalmers/GU: Smoothing and inference for high dimensional diffusions.
11/12 - Johannes Borgqvist, Chalmers/GU: The polarising world of Cdc42: the derivation and analysis of a quantitative reaction diffusion model of cell polarisation.


18/1 - Bernhard Mehlig (GU): DNA extension in nano-channels
15/2 - Giovanni Volpe (GU): Active Matter in Complex and Crowded Environments
27/2 (Tuesday) - Ruth Baker (University of Oxford): In vitro and in vivo studies of tissue growth: model building and validation using quantitative data
15/3 -  Niek Welkenhuysen & Johannes Borgqvist (Chalmers/GU): A systems biology approach to identify the source of cell-to-cell variability
12/4 -  Johannes Borgqvist (Chalmers/GU): The triangle of ageing: dynamic damage retention and repair are essential
19/4 - Raj Bhansali (Imperial College): Rational Spectral Density Models For Lattice Data
17/5 - Adam Malik (Chalmers/GU):  Modelling cell migration as a jump process with spatially dependent rates
24/5 - Erwan Koch (EPFL): Spatial risk measures induced by powers of max-stable random fields. Abstract
31/5 - Henrike Häbel (Natural Resources Institute Finland): Remote sensing based estimation of forest biodiversity
7/6 - Thordis Thorarinsdottir (Norwegian Computing Center): Paths and pitfalls in model evaluation: The importance of being proper
13/6 (Wednesday at 10:00 in MVL15): Roeland Mercks (Universiteit Leiden): Mathematical biology of mechanical cell-extracellular matrix interactions during angiogenesis
6/9 - Lukas Käll (KTH Genteknologi, SciLifeLab): Distillation of label-free quantitative mass spectrometry data by clustering and Bayesian modeling
14/9 - Alex Fletcher (University of Sheffield): Mathematical modelling and analysis of epithelial morphogenesis
17/9 - Julia Gog (Cambridge University): Some topics in infectious disease modelling
26/9 - Andreas Deutsch (Technical University of Dresden): Biological lattice-gas cellular automaton models for the analysis of collective behaviour in interacting cell populations
27/9 - Jukka Corander (Department of Biostatistics, University of Oslo): Resolving the mysteries of bacterial evolution by ultra-fast ABC inference
28/9 - Kenneth C. Millett (Department of Mathematics, University of California Santa Barbara): Knots and Links in Proteins
4/10 - Marco Longfils: Single diffusing particles observed through a confocal microscope: an application of the doubly stochastic Poisson point process
5/10 - Charlotte Hemelrijk (University of Groningen): Collective motion of flocks in relation to a predator
9/10 - Gunnar Carlsson (Stanford): Topological Data Analysis and Deep Learning. This seminar is joint with Computational and Applied Mathematics.
11/10 - Maria Bruna (Oxford University): Diffusion of particles with short-range interactions
19/10 - Maria-Rita D’Orsogna (California State University Northridge): Mathematical Models of Criminal Behaviour
25/10 - Harri Lähdesmäki (Department of Computer Science at Aalto University School of Science): Non-parametric methods for learning continuous-time dynamical systems
1/11 - Petter Mostad (Chalmers): Error rates for unvalidated medical age assessment procedures
7/11 - Thomas Schön (Dept. of Information Technology, Uppsala University): Assembling stochastic quasi-Newton algorithms using Gaussian processes
21/11 - Josef Wilzén: Physiological Gaussian Process Priors for the Hemodynamics in fMRI Analysis


26/1, Sebastian Engelke, EcPeterole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Robust bounds for multivariate extreme value distributions
2/2, Igor Rychlik, Spatio-temporal model for wind speed variability in Atlantic Ocean
9/2, Christophe A. N. Biscio, Aalborg University, The accumulated persistence function, a new functional summary statistic for topological data analysis, with a view to brain artery trees and spatial point process applications
16/2, ​Måns Magnusson, Linköping University, ​Sparse Partially Collapsed MCMC for Parallel Inference in Topic Models
2/3, Henrike Häbel, Final seminar: Pairwise interaction in 3D – the interplay between repulsive and attractive forces
9/3, Ottmar Cronie, ​The second-order analysis of marked spatio-temporal point processes: applications to earthquake data
16/3, Krzysztof Bartoszek, Uppsala University, ​A punctuated stochastic model of adaptation
23/3, Artem Kaznatcheev, University of Oxford, ​The evolutionary games that cancers play and how to measure them
30/3, Robert Noble, ETH Basel, Evolution, ecology, and cancer risk: from naked mole rats to modern humans
6/4, John Wiedenhoeft, Rutgers University, Fast Bayesian Inference of Copy Number Variants using Hidden Markov Models with Wavelet Compression
18/5, Lloyd Demetrius, Harvard University, Max Planck Institut, An entropic selection principle in evolutionary processes
1/6, Daniel Nichol, The Institute of Cancer Research, Collateral Sensitivity is Contingent on the Repeatability of Evolution
8/6, Jie Yen Fan, Monash University, Limit theorems for size, age, type, and type structure dependent populations
12/10, ​Aila Särkkä, Anisotropy analysis of spatial point patterns
19/10, Özgür Asar, Acibadem University, Istanbul, Linear Mixed Effects Modelling for Non-Gaussian Repeated Measurement Data
30/11, Philip Gerlee​, Fourier series of stochastic processes: an application to spatial game theory​
7/12, Julia Mortera, Università Roma Tre & University of Bristol, Inference about relationships from DNA mixtures
14/12, David Bolin, ​The SPDE approach for Gaussian random fields with general smoothness


21/1, Håvard Rue, NTNU, Penalising model component complexity: A principled practical approach to constructing priors
26/1, Stephen Senn, Luxembourg Institute of Health, ​P-values: The Problem is not What You Think
28/1, Olga Izyumtseva, Kiev State university, Ukraine, Self-intersection local time of Gaussian processes. New approach
2/2, ​Erik-Jan Wagenmakers, University of Amsterdam, ​A Predictive Perspective on Bayesian Inference
11/2, Olle Häggström, ​Here Be Dragons: Science, Technology and the Future of Humanity
18/2, Vitali Wachtel, Augsburg, Germany, Recurrence times and conditional limits for  Markov chains with asymptotically zero drift
25/2, Marcin Lis, ​Planar Ising model as a gas of cycles
3/3, Krzysztof Podgorski, Lund University, ​Event based statistics for dynamical random fields
10/3, ​Bengt Johannesson, Volvo, ​Design Strategies of Test Codes for Durability Requirement of Disk Brakes in Truck Application
22/3, Hermann Þórisson,  University of Iceland, Palm Theory and Shift-Coupling
14/4, ​Omiros Papaspiliopoulos, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Stochastic processes for learning and uncertainty quantification
21/4, ​Alexandre Antonelli, Dept of Biological and Environmental Sciences, GU, ​Hundreds of millions of DNA sequences and species observations: Challenges for synthesizing biological knowledge
28/4, ​Peter J. Diggle, CHICAS, Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University, Model-Based Geostatistics for Prevalence Mapping in Low-Resource Settings
12/5, ​Ute Hahn, Aarhus University, Monte Carlo envelope tests for high dimensional data or curves
26/5, Martin Foster, University of York, ​A Bayesian decision-theoretic model of sequential experimentation with delayed response
2/6, John Einmahl, Tilburg University, Refining empirical data depth using statistics of extremes
18/8, Tony Johansson, Carnegie-Mellon, Cycles and matchings in k-out random graphs
25/8, Paavo Salminen, Åbo Akademi University, On the moments of exponential integral functionals of additive processes
1/9, Fima Klebaner, Monash University, On the use of Sobolev spaces in limit theorems for the age of population
15/9, Joseba Dalmau, Université Paris-Sud, The distribution of the quasispecies
22/9, Sophie Hautphenne, EPFL, A pathwise iterative approach to the extinction of branching processes with countably many types
29/9, Umberto Picchini, Lund University, A likelihood-free version of the stochastic approximation EM algorithm (SAEM) for inference in complex models
6/10, Jakob Björnberg, Random loop models on trees
20/10, ​Georg Lindgren, Lund University, Stochastic properties of optical black holes
27/10, Daniel Ahlberg, IMPA and Uppsala University, Random coalescing geodesics in first-passage percolation​
3/11, KaYin Leung, Stockholm University, Dangerous connections: the spread of infectious diseases on dynamic networks
24/11, Yi He, Tilburg University, Asymptotics for Extreme Depth-based Quantile Region Estimation
1/12, Marianne Månsson, Statistical methodology and challenges in the area of prostate cancer screening
8/12, ​Holger Rootzén, Human life is unbounded -- but short
15/12, Martin Schlather, University of Mannheim, Simulation of Max-Stable Random Fields


27/1, ​Maud Thomas, Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires, Université Paris Diderot, ​Tail index estimation, concentration and adaptivity
29/1, Trifon Missov, Max Planck Institute for Demography, Stochastic Models in Mortality Research: Recent Advancements and Applications
12/2, Sergei Zuyev, Chalmers, Optimal sampling of stochastic processes via measure optimisation technique
19/2, Alexey Lindo and Serik Sagitov, Chalmers, A special family of Galton-Watson processes with explosions
26/2, Jean-Baptiste Gouéré, Université d'Orléans, Continuum percolation on R^d
12/3, ​Daniel Simpson, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, With low power comes great responsibility: challenges in modern spatial data analysis
19/3, Emmanuel Schertzer, Sorbonne, France, ​The contour process of Crump-Mode-Jagers trees
26/3, Ildar Ibragimov, Steklov Mathematical Institute, St. Petersburg, Around Skitovich-Darmois and Gourier-Olkin-Zinger theorems
23/4, David Dereudre, Université Lille-1, Consistency of likelihood estimation for Gibbs point processes
7/5, Olle Häggström, ​The current debate on p-values and null hypothesis significance testing
21/5, Jürgen Potthoff, Mannheim Universität, Germany, Sample Properties of Random Fields
28/5, Ingemar Kaj, Uppsala universitet, The Poisson random field site frequency spectrum
4/6, Igor Rychlik, ​How far is it to a coast ? (An application of WAFO.)
11/6, Fima Klebaner, Limit theorems for age distribution in populations with high carrying capacity
23/6, Carmen Minuesa, University of Extremadura, Robust estimation for Controlled Branching Processes
8/9, K. Borovkov, The University of Melbourne, On the asymptotic behaviour of a dynamic version of the Neyman contagious point process
24/9, ​Laurent Decreusefond, ENST, France, Distances between point processes
1/10, ​Tailen Hsing, ​Analysing Spatial Data Locally
8/10, Evsey Morozov, Inst. Applied Math. Research, Russia, ​Stability analysis of regenerative queues: some  recent results
15/10 Johan Lindström, Lund University, Seasonally Non-stationary Smoothing Splines: Post-processing of Satellite data
20/10 Janine Illian, University of St Andrew, Spatial point processes in the modern world – an interdisciplinary dialogue
22/10 ​Sach Mukherjee, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), ​High-dimensional statistics for personalized medicine
29/10, ​Peter Olofsson, Trinity University, ​A stochastic model of speciation through Bateson-Dobzhansky-Muller incompatibilities
5/11, Murray Pollock, University of Warwick, A New Unbiased and Scalable Monte Carlo Method for Bayesian Inference
12/11, ​Jimmy Olsson, KTH Royal institute of technology, ​Efficient particle-based online smoothing in general state-space hidden Markov models: the PaRIS algorithm
19/11, Patrik Albin, On Extreme Value Theory for Group Stationary Gaussian Processes
​26/11, ​​Youri K. Belyaev, Umeå University, ​The Hybrid Moments-Distance method for clustering observations with a mixture of two symmetrical distributions
10/12, Anna-Kaisa Ylitalo, University of Jyväskylä, ​Eye movements during music reading - A generalized estimating equation approach


30/1, Andrea Ghiglietti, Milan University, A two-colour Randomly Reinforced Urn design targeting fixed allocations
6/2, David Bolin, Chalmers, Multivariate latent Gaussian random field mixture models
13/2, Ege Rubak, Aalborg University, Denmark, Determinantal point processes - statistical modeling and inference
20/2, ​Anthony Metcalfe, KTH, Universality classes of lozenge tilings of a polyhedron
27/2, Sergei Zuyev, Chalmers, Discussion seminar: Probing harmony with algebra (or attractiveness with statistics)
6/3, Tuomas Rajala, Chalmers, ​Denoising polar ice data using point pattern statistics
13/3, Pierre Nyqvist, KTH, Importance sampling through a min-max representation for viscosity solutions to Hamilton-Jacobi equations
20/3, Arvind Singh, Orsay, Localization of a vertex-reinforced random walk on Z
27/3, Terence P. Speed, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne, and University of California, Berkeley, Normalizing omic data
8/4, Aernout van Enter, Groningen, The Netherlands, Bootstrap percolation, the role  of anisotropy:  Questions, some answers and applications
10/4, Rasmus Waagepetersen, Aalborg university, Denmark, ​Quasi-likelihood for spatial point processes
24/4, Oleg Seleznjev, Umeå University, Linear approximation of random processes with variable smoothness
8/5, ​Ted Cox, Syracuse University, ​Convergence of finite voter model densities
15/5, Marie-Colette van Lieshout, CWI, The Netherlands, ​A Spectral Mean for Point Sampled Closed Curves
20/5, ​Simo Särkkä, Aalto University, Finland, Theory and Practice of Particle Filtering for State Space Models
27/5, Nanny Wermuth, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Traceable regressions: general properties and some special cases
5/6, Alexey Lindo, Non-parametric inference for infinitely divisible distributions and Levy processes
12/6, F. C. Klebaner, Monas University, Melbourne, ​When is a Stochastic Exponential of a Martingale a true Martingale?
2/9, Pavel Grabarnik, Laboratory of Ecosystems Modeling, the Russian Academy of Sciences, Spatial complexity of ecosystems: testing models for spatial point patterns
18/9, Jean-François Coeurjolly, LJK, Grenoble, Stein's estimation of the intensity of a stationary spatial Poisson point
25/9, ​Natalya Smorodina, St. Petersburg State University, Limit theorems for symmetric random walks and probabilistic approximation of the Cauchy problem solution for Schrödinger type  evolution equations
30/9, Holger Drees, Hamburg University, Improved Estimation of the Distribution of a Tail Chain
30/9, Anja Janssen, Hamburg University, Asymptotic Independence of Stochastic Volatility Models
2/10, ​Vadim Shcherbakov, Royal Holloway, University of London, Long term behaviour of locally interacting birth-and-death processes
16/10, ​Peter Guttorp, University of Washington, USA, Comparing regional climate models to weather data
23/10, Tomasz Kozubowski, University of Nevada, USA, Certain bivariate distributions and random processes connected with maxima and minima
6/11, ​Torgny Lindvall, Chalmers, On coupling of certain Markov Processes
13/11, Giacomo Zanella, University of Warwick, UK, Bayesian complementary clustering, MCMC and Anglo-Saxon placenames
20/11, Mikhail Lifshits, St. Petersburg State University, Least energy functions and pursuits accompanying Wiener process
27/11, Jennifer Wadsworth, University of Cambridge, Likelihood-based inference for max-stable processes: some recent developments
2/12, ​David Perrett, Perception Lab, St Andrews University, UK, Statistical analysis of visual cues underlying facial attractiveness
4/12, Anna Kiriliouk, Université Catholique de Louvain, An M-estimator of spatial tail dependence
11/12, Nibia Aires, Astellas Pharma, Leiden, Statistics in drug development, what happens after submission?
16/12, Sören Christensen, Kiel, Representation Results for Excessive Functions and Application to Stochastic Control Problems
18/12, Professor Mark van de Wiel, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, How to learn from a lot: Empirical Bayes in Genomics
18/12, Lars Rönnegård, Dalarna University, Hierarchical generalized linear models – a Lego approach to mixed models


31/1, Mikhail Lifshits, S:t Peterburg State University and Linköping University, Small deviation probabilities and their interplay with operator theory and bayesian statistics.
28/2, Peter Jagers, Extinction - a Never Ending Story Abstract. All populations must die out, or not? Glimpses from an ongoing controversy, from Galton (1873) to recent quarrels (2013)
14/3, Anders Sandberg, Future of Humanity Institute, Oxford, Probing the Improbable: Methodological Challenges for Risks with Low Probabilities and High Stakes.
4/4, Daniel Johansson, Fysisk resursteori, Chalmers, Climate sensitivity: Learning from observations. 
11/4, Johan Johansson, Chalmers, On the BK inequality. 
16/4, Alexandra Jauhiainen, Inferring Regulatory Networks by Combining Perturbation Screens and Steady State Gene Expression Profiles.
2/5, Maryam Zolghadr and Sergei Zuyev, Chalmers, Optimal design of dilution experiments under volume constraints.
21/5, Johan Wallin, Lund, ​Spatial Matérn fields generated by non-Gaussian noise.
23/5, Youri Davydov, Université Lille-1, On convex hulls of sequences of stochastic processes.
28/5, Patrik Rydén, Department of Mathematics and Mathematical statistics and Computational Life science Cluster (CLiC), Umeå University, Analysis of high-dimensional genomics data - challenges and opportunities.
13/6, Fima Klebaner, Monash, Evaluations of expectations of functionals of diffusions by simulations.
29/8, ​Jesper Möller, Aalborg University, Determinantal point process models and statistical inference.
12/9, Christos Dimitrakakis, Chalmers, ABC Reinforcement Learning.
19/9, ​Jeff Steif, Strong noise sensitivity and Erdos Renyi random graphs.
24/9, Ben Morris, University of California, Mixing time of the card-cyclic to random shuffle.
26/9, Ben Morris, University of California, Mixing time of the overlapping cycles shuffle and square lattice rotations shuffle.
3/10, ​Malwina Luczak, Queen Mary, University of London, The stochastic logistic epidemic. 
10/10, Johan Tykesson, Chalmers, ​The Poisson cylinder model.
15/10, ​Manuel García Magariños, UDC, Spain, A new parametric approach to kinship testing.
17/10, Tanja Stadler, ETH, Phylogenetics in action: Uncovering macro-evolutionary and epidemiological dynamics based on molecular sequence data.
17/10, ​Gordon Slade, University of British Columbia, Weakly self-avoiding walk in dimension four.
22/10, Gennady Martynov, Inst. for Information Transmission Problems, RAS, Moscow, Cramer-von Mises Gaussianity test for random processes on [0,1].
31/10, ​Alexandre Proutiere, KTH, Bandit Optimisation with Large Strategy Sets and Applications.
7/11, Boualem Djehiche, KTH, On the subsolution approach to efficient importance sampling.
12/11, Ioannis Papastathopoulos, Bristol, Graphical structures in extreme multivariate events.
14/11, Yu. Belyaev, Umeå University​, Consistent estimates of distribution's characteristics and their accuracies based on interval-data.
21/11, Annika Lang, ​How does one computationally solve a stochastic partial differential equation?
28/11, Arne Pommerening, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, ​What are the differences between competition kernels and traditional size-ratio based competition indices used in plant ecology?
​​5/12, Kaspar Stucki, University of Göttingen, Germany, Continuum percolation for Gibbs point processes.
12/12, Olle Häggström, Are all ravens black? The problem of induction.
19/12, Marianne Månsson, Astra Zeneca, ​Statistical paradoxes and curiosities in medical applications.


19/1, Anna-Kaisa Ylitalo, University of Jyväskylä, Statistical inference for eye movements.
26/1, Chris Jennison, University of Bath, Effective design of Phase II and Phase III trials: an over-arching approach.
2/2, Oleg Rusakov, S:t Petersburg State University, Processes of Poissonian stochastic index and a family of Ornstein-Uhlenbeck type processes.
7/2, Paavo Salminen, Åbo Akademi, Optimal stopping of continuous time Markov processes.
7/2, Juha Alho, University of Eastern Finland, Statistical aspects of mortality modeling.
9/2, Stas Volkov, University of Lund, Forest fires on integers.
16/2, Anton Muratov, Bit Flipping Models.
1/3, Oleg Sysoev, Linköping university, Monotonic regression for large multivariate datasets.
27/3, Tatyana Turova, Lunds University, Bootstrap percolation on some models of random graphs.
17/4, Ronald Meester, Scaling limits in fractal percolation.
19/4, Vladimir Vatutin, Steklov Mathematical Institute, Subcritical branching processes in random environment.
24/4, Krzysztof Bartoszek and Serik Sagitov, Interspecies correlation for randomly evolving traits.
26/4, Elena Dyakonova, Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Multi-type branching processes in random environment.
3/5, Bruce E. Sagan, Michigan State University, Permutation Patterns and Statistics.
8/5, Reinhard Bürger, Universität Wien, The effects of linkage and gene flow on local adaptation in a subdivided population: a deterministic two-locus model.
10/5, Reinhard Bürger, Universität Wien, Invasion and sojourn properties of locally beneficial mutations in a two-locus continent-island model of gene flow.
15/5, Mari Myllymäki, Aalto University, Hierarchical modeling of second-order spatial structure of epidermal nerve fiber pattern.
22/5, Amandine Veber, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris (Biomathematics seminar), Evolution in a spatial continuum.
24/5, Amandine Veber, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, Large-scale behaviour of the spatial Lambda-Fleming-Viot process.
31/5, Mattias Villani, Linköping University, Bayesian Methods for Flexible Modeling of Conditional Distributions.
7/6, Brunella Spinelli and Giacomo Zanella, Chalmers and University of Milan, Stable point processes: statistical inference and generalisations.
4/9, Giacomo Zanella, Warwick University, UK, Branching stable point processes.
6/9, Ilya Molchanov, University of Bern, Switzerland, Invariance properties of random vectors and stochastic processes based on the zonoid concept.
25/9, Prof. Günter Last, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Fock space analysis of Poisson functionals - 1 & 2.
27/9, Prof. Günter Last, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Fock space analysis of Poisson functionals - 3 & 4.
28/9, Martin Rosvall, Umeå universitet, Mapping change in large networks.
11/10, Nanny Wermuth, Chalmers and International Agency of Research on Cancer, Lyon, France, Traceable regressions applied to the Mannheim study of children at risk.
18/10, Stas Volkov, Lund University, On random geometric subdivisions.
26/10, Malin Östensson, doctoral thesis, Statistical Methods for Genome Wide Association Studies.
1/11, Uwe Rösler, University of Kiel, On Stochastic Fixed Point Equations and the Weighted Branching Process.
8/11, Eugene Mamontov, Chalmers, Non-stationary invariant and dynamic-equilibrium Markov stochastic processes.
13/11, Måns Henningson, Chalmers, Quantum theory and probability.
15/11, Anders Johansson, Gävle, Existence of matchings in random sub-hypergraphs.
22/11, David Bolin, University of Lund, Excursion and contour uncertainty regions for latent Gaussian models.
29/11, Dietrich von Rosen, SLU Uppsala, From univariate linear to multilinear models.
11/12, Jimmy Olsson, Lund University, Metropolising forward particle filtering backward simulation and Rao-Blackwellisation using multiple trajectories.
13/12, Erik Lindström, Lund University, Tuned Iterated Filtering.


13/1, Dr. Raphaël Lachièze-Rey, University of Lille-1, France, Ergodicity of STIT tessellations.
27/1, Alexey Lindo, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology, A probabilistic analysis of Wagner's k-tree algorithm.
3/2, Sergei Zuyev, Chalmers, Discussion seminar - Optimal design of dilution experiments.
17/2, Peter Gennemark, Mathematical Sciences, Identifying and compensating for systematic errors in a large-scale phenotypic screen.
24/2, Takis Konstantopoulos, Uppsala University, A stochastic ordered graph model.
3/3, Victor Brovkin, Research Group Climate-Biogeosphere Interactions, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany, Land biosphere models for future climate projections.
10/3, Andrey Lange, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Discrete stochastic systems with pairwise interaction.
10/3, Graham Jones, Durness, Scotland, Stochastic models for phylogenetic trees and networks.
15/3, Adam Jonsson, Luleå University of Technology, Invariant sets for continuous QMF functions.
31/3, Stig Larsson, Numerical approximation of stochastic PDEs.
7/4, The annual Mathematical Statistics Division meeting on teaching (lärarmöte)
19/4, Dustin Cartwright, Berkeley: How are SNPs distributed in genes?
3/5, Maria Deijfen, Stockholm University, Scale-free percolation.
5/5, Erik Kristiansson, Next generation DNA sequencing: data analysis and applications
12/5, András Bálint, The critical value function in the divide and colour model.
26/5, Vitali Wachtel, Mathematical Institute, LMU, München, Random walks in Weyl chambers.
31/5, Jenny Jonasson, Discussion seminar - Can we use extreme value theory to analyse data from naturalistic driving studies.
7/6, Chris Glasbey, Biomathematics & Statistics Scotland, Dynamic programming versus graph cut algorithms for fitting non-parametric models to image data.
16/6, Stefan Hoberg and Malin Persson, Optimal design for pharmacokinetic trials (Master thesis presentation).
23/6, Sonny Johansson and Tommy von Brömsen, Modelling Dependent Defaults in Static Credit Portfolios (Master thesis presentation)
16/8, Nitis Mukhopadhyay, University of Connecticut-Storrs, Sequential Fixed-Precision Estimation: A Review.
1/9, Ilya Molchanov, University of Bern, Switzerland, Partially identified models and random sets.
22/9, Serik Sagitov and Altynay Shaimerdenova, Al-Farabi University, Kazakhstan, Time to extinction for a population model with a high carrying capacity
29/9, Nanny Wermuth, The special features of regression graph models
30/9, Daniel Ahlberg, doctoral thesis, Asymptotics and dynamics in first-passage and continuum percolation
4/10, Mari Myllymäki, Aalto University, Testing of mark independence for marked point patterns.
6/10, Maria Deijfen, Stockholm University, Stable bigamy on the line.
7/10, Emilio Bergroth, licentiate thesis, Topics on Game Theory
13/10, Olle Häggström, A stochastic model for consensus formation in social networks
20/10, Martin S Ridout, University of Kent, UK, Numerical Laplace transform inversion for statisticians.
26/10, Erik Mellegård, master thesis, Obtaining Origin/Destination-matrices from cellular network data.
27/10, Jorge Mateu, Department of Mathematics, University Jaume I, Castellon, Spain, Functional spatial statistics with a focus on geostatistics and point processes.
28/10, Ottmar Cronie, doctoral thesis, Modelling and Inference for Spatio-Temporal Marked Point Processes
10/11, Adam Andersson, Malliavin's differential calculus for random variables.
17/11, Jeffrey Steif, The behaviour of the lower tail of the distribution of a supercritical branching process at a fixed large time.
1/12, David Belius, ETH Zürich, Fluctuations of certain cover times.
8/12, Marina Axelson-Fisk, Using HMMs to predict driver manoeuvers (discussion seminar)


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


14/1, Daniel Ahlberg, licentiatexamen, Asymptotics of first-passage percolation on 1-dimensional graphs
15/1, Andreas Tillmar, National Board of Forensic Medicine, Solving relationship issues by DNA analysis: Calculating the weight of evidence
29/1, Tommy Norberg, On costly sampling in finite populations
4/2, Marcus Isaksson, licentiatexamen, Applications of Gaussian Noise Stability in Inapproximability and Social Choice Theory
19/2, Frank den Hollander, Leiden University and EURANDOM: Percolation
26/2, George Michailidis, University of Michigan, Network Based Gene Set Analysis
5/3, Timo Seppäläinen, Madison, Wisconsin, Fluctuation bounds for a class of asymmetric zero range processes
12/3, Nina Gantert, Münster, Nearly optimal paths and survival in a killed branching random walk
19/3, Christophe Garban, Paris, The Fourier Spectrum of critical percolation
30/3, Dmitrii Zholud, licentiatexamen, Contribution to Extreme Value Theory with Applications in Bioinformatics
31/3, Gennady Samorodnitsky, Cornell, N.Y, Geometric characteristics of the excursion sets over high levels of non-Gaussian infinitely divisible random fields
2/4, Malwina Luczak, London School of Economics, Concentration of measure and mixing for Markov chains
7/4, Joel Spencer, Courant Institute, New York, 78 Years of Ramsey R(3,k)
7/5, Balint Toth, Budapest, Diffusive Bounds for Some Self-Interacting Random Walks
19/5, Vladimir Vatutin, Moskva, Sudden death versus slow extinction in branching processes in random environment
28/5, Per Gösta Andersson, Linköping, A simple correlation adjustment procedure applied to confidence interval construction
29/5, José Sanches, Master Thesis, Vehicle Damage Prediction from Advanced and Simple Systems Measurements
2/6, Wengang Mao, licentiatexamen, Random Fatigue Analysis of Container Ship Structures
4/6, A. D. Barbour, Zürich, Infinite occupancy
4/6, Hermann Thorisson, Reykjavik, TBA
9/6, Roland Jacobsson och Mattias Ohlsson,  Master Thesis, Real World Fuel Consumption of Buses - Prediction for Auxiliary Units Using Multivariate Regression Methods
11/6, Anastassia Baxevani, Spatio-temporal Gaussian models and their level crossings distributions
8/9, Kayvan Sadeghi, Oxford, Independence preserving graphs
17/9, Sergei Zuyev, Stability for random measures, point processes and discrete semigroups
24/9, Chiranjib Bhattacharyya, Machine Learning Lab. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Chance constraint programming for learning classifiers from uncertain data
1/10, Aila Särkkä, Anisotropy analysis of pressed 3D point patterns
15/10, Jakob Björnberg, Cambridge, The critical value on a book with $k$ leaves
22/10, Avdelningsmöte
29/10, Erik Ekström, Uppsala, Can time-homogeneous diffusions generate all distributions?
4/11, Sofia Tapani, licentiatseminarium, Three dimensional mathematical modelling of pronuclei migration for the mouse
5/11, Boualem Djehiche, KTH, Stockholm, An optimal stopping problem related to cash-flows of investments under uncertainty
6/11, Oleg Seleznev, Approximation of a random process with singularity by piecewise linear
12/11, Jeff Steif, An overview and recent developments in percolation theory
26/11, Rebecka Jörnsten, TBA


8/1, Salme Kärkkäinen, University of Jyväskylä, (Orientational) analysis of fibrous structures

17/1, Federico Camia, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Conformal Loop Ensembles and Critical Percolation

24/1, Anastassia Baxevani, On Series Decomposition of Fractional Brownian Motion

31/1, Richard Wilson, Queensland, The highs and lows of statistical collaboration with engineers and biologists - modelling wind downbursts and seasonality in koala reproduction

7/2, Stig Larsson, Finite element approximation of the stochastic heat equation driven by additive noise

21/2, Raphaël Cerf, Université de Paris-Sud, Nucleation and growth for the Ising model in d dimensions at very low temperatures

26/2, Daliang Chen, Statistical problems encountered in climate study

28/2, Patrik Albin, Upcrossing theory with Rice formula for non-differentiable stochastic processes with application to pure-jump processes

13/3, Keith Humphreys, MEB, Karolinska Institutet, Pathway based approaches for genetic association analysis

27-28/3, Symposium in honour of Peter Jagers

28/3, Vygantas Paulauskas, Vilnius University, On Beveridge-Nelson decomposition and limit theorems for linear random fields

1/4, Marc Prevosto, Brest, Failure probability of dynamic marine structures

1/4, Krzysztof Podgórski, Lund, A class of non-Gaussian second order spatio-temporal models

10/4, Bernt Wennberg, Propagation of Chaos for the Boltzmann Equation

17/4, Robust konstruktionsteknik för ökad tillförlitlighet - tillförlitlighet och variation

24/4, Peter Mörters, Bath, News from the Brownian frontier

8/5, Olav Kallenberg, Auburn University, Lokal approximation och betingning i Dawson-Watanabe superprocesser (Local approximation and conditioning in Dawson-Watanabe superprocesses)

15/5, Vladimir A. Vatutin, Moskva, Local limit theorems for random walks conditioned to stay positive

20/5, Bala Rajaratnam, Stanford University, Flexible Covariance Estimation in Gaussian Graphical models

22-23/5, Workshop Samhälle och sociala dilemman: spelteoretisk och annan matematisk modellering

3/6, Jon Wellner, Seattle, Nemirovski's inequality revisited

9-13/6, Workshop Nonsmooth Inference, Analysis and Dependence

12/6, Fima Klebaner, Monash, Simulation and ruin analysis in the constant elasticity of variance model (CEV)

17/6, Ken Stephenson, Knoxville, Tennessee, Emergent conformal structure and an extension of Thurston's Conjecture

28/8, Rebecka Jörnsten, Department of Statistics and Biostatistics, Rutgers University, Simultaneous Model Selection via Rate-Distortion Theory, with Applications to Clustering and Significance Analysis of Gene Expression Data

11/9, Alexandra Jauhiainen, licentiatexamen, Microarray Analysis of mRNA Decay Assays and Prediction of Drug Target Conservation

11/9, David Steinsalz, Oxford, Mutation and Selection in Age-structured Populations

18/9, Oleg Seleznjev, Umeå, Random databases with approximate record matching

19/9, Mattias Sundén, disputation, Some Markov Processes in Finance and Kinetics

22/9, David Applebaum, Sheffield, Spectral Properties of Semigroups of Measures on Lie Groups

25/9, Vicky Fasen, Technical University of Munich, The asymptotic behaviour of a workload process with a Poisson cluster input

9/10, Julius Borcea, Stockholms universitet, Negative correlations, phase transitions and zeros of multivariate polynomials

6/11, Erik Broman, (Some new and some old results in) fractal percolation

20/11, Anders Karlsson, KTH, A law of large numbers for random walks on homogeneous metric spaces

4/12, Tommy Norberg, Added value in fault tree analysis

11/12, Paul Dickman, Karolinska Institutet, Relative survival - an introduction and recent developments

12/12, Viktor Olsbo, disputation, Spatial Analysis and Modelling Motivated by Epidermal Nerve Fiber Patterns

17/12, Jan Lennartsson, licentiatexamen, Modelling Precipitation in Sweden Using Multiple Step Markov Chains and a Composite Model


25/1, Thomas Kaijser, Linköping, Markov chains with general state space. Examples and counter-examples

30/1, Stefan Eriksson, examensarbete, Sekreterarproblemet

8/2, Anders Malmberg, National Center for Atmospheric Research, A Stochastic Transport Model for Atmospheric Carbon Monoxide

23/2 Magnus Karlsson, disputation, Load Modelling for Fatigue Assessment of Vehicles - a Statistical Approach

1/3, Gilles Guillot, A statistical genetical model

6/3, Holger Dette, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Optimal designs, continued fractions and random matrices

9/3, Erik Brodin, disputation, Extreme Value Statistics and Quantile Estimation with Applications in Finance and Insurance

15/3, Philippe Soulier, Paris

20/3, Nadia Lalam, A quantitative approach for Polymerase Chain Reaction based on a Hidden Markov Model

19/4, Ben Cairns, Bristol, Conservation: what role for stochastic processes?

24/4, Patrik Albin, Convolution closure of exponential distributions

3/5, Yudi Pawitan, Karolinska Institutet, Evolution of likelihood ideas for statistical modeling and inference

15/5, Vladas Sidoravicius, Multi-source first passage percolation in "dangerous" environments

22/5, Rossitza Dodunekova, Good and proper block codes for error control

24/5, Anders Sjögren, disputation, Weighted Analysis of Microarray Experiments

24/5, Tom Britton, Stockholms universitet, Random graphs, epidemics and vaccination

1/6, Johan Svensson, disputation, Assessment of residual life for opportunistic maintenance

7/6, Johan Segers, Université catholique de Louvain, Multivariate regular variation of heavy-tailed Markov chains

8/6, Uncovering Hidden Patterns - a Symposium in Honour of Mats Rudemo

12/6, Ronald Meester, Colouring subcritical percolation clusters at random

4/9, Claudia Lautensack, Random Laguerre Tessellations with Application to Foam Modelling

6/9, Malin Östensson, examensarbete, Reporting of Adverse Events in Clinical Trials

13/9, Lutz Duembgen, Universität Bern, Statistical Modelling with Log-Concave Distributions: Asymptotics, Algorithms and Applications

19/9, Erik Bülow, examensarbete, Användning av och teorier om slumpmässig uppringning i Sverige

20/9, N. Yanev, Sofia, Limiting distributions in multitype branching processes

26/9, Pierre Alliot and Valerie Monbet, Laboratoire de Statistique Appliquée, Université de Bretagne Sud, Hidden Markov models for wind time series

26/9, Anastassia Baxevani, Spatio-temporal modelling of significant wave height

27/9, Mervete Mifataraj, examensarbete, Comparison of Model Based Gene Expression Indices

2/10, Nina Gantert, Münster, Random walks on randomly oriented lattices

4/10, Lars Rönnegård, Uppsala universitet, Mixed Linear Models and Gene Detection in Farm Animal Crosses

18/10, David Cox, Nuffield College, Oxford, Some Special Models Arising in a Study of an Infectious Disease

23/10, Niels Richard Hansen, Köpenhamn, Point process models in genome analysis

1/11, Serik Sagitov, Reduced branching processes with very heavy tails

6/12, Marta Sanz-Solé, Barcelona, Probability laws of stochastic waves

6/12, Robert Adler, Haifa, Kinematic formulae and Gaussian processes

6/12, Timo Koski, Stockholm, On probabilistic predictive detection of DNA motifs

7/12, Erik Kristiansson, disputation, Statistical Analysis of Gene Expression Data

13/12, Svante Janson, Uppsala, Två sorteringsproblem och maximala antalet följder av ettor i en följd nollor och ettor som ändras slumpmässigt

14/12, Oskar Sandberg, disputation, The Structure and Dynamics of Navigable Networks

20/12, Masoud Asgharian, McGill University, Survival Analysis and Length-Biased Sampling: An application to survival with dementia


12/12, Johan Fosen, Oslo Universitet, Dynamic path analysis: a new approach to analysing time-dependent covariates

7/12, Olle Sjöström, Uppsala, Utan historia går identiteten förlorad

30/11, Aila Särkkä, Modelling of the space-time structure of a forest stand

23/11, Richard Gill, Leiden, Optimal Passion at a Distance

9/11, Patrik Albin, On Klebaner's Martingale Problem

27/10, Gwenaëlle Genet, disputation, A Statistical Approach to Multi-input Equivalent Fatigue Loads for the Durability of Automotive Structures

26/10, Lauren Lissner och Kirsten Mehlig, Samhällsmedicin, Statistical applications in longitudinal population research - example on alcohol and dementia

19/10, Dragi Anevski, The Hardy-Littlewood-Polya monotone rearrangement algorithm

5/10, Peter Jagers och Serik Sagitov, The path to extinction

26/9, Nanny Wermuth, On distortions of effects

21/9, Ellen Baake, Bielefeld, Ancestral processes with selection: Branching and Moran models

14/9, Chris Jennison, Bath, Mode jumping in MCMC: Adapting proposals to the local environment

29/8, Jim Matis, Texas A&M University, On New Cumulative-Size Dependent Mechanistic Models for Describing Insect Population Growth

29/8, Eric Renshaw, University of Strathclyde, The Generation of High-Intensity Space-Time Growth-Interaction Processes: Inferring Structure from Partial Observations

28/8, Antar Bandyopadhyay, Some Asymptotics for the log-partition function and new algorithms for counting without sampling.

24/8, Fima Klebaner, Monash University, Melbourne, A family of non-Gaussian martingales with Gaussian marginals

20/6, Dr. Sanjay Chaudhuri, National University of Singapore, On qualitative comparisons of dependence between d-connected vertices of a singly connected Gaussian DAG

12/6, Renée Leandre, Bourgogne, Malliavin Calculus of Bismut type without probability and its applications

31/5, Viktor Olsbo, licentiatseminarium, Analysis and Modelling of Epidermal Nerve Fiber Patterns: a Point Process Approach

30/5, Cilla Persson, licentiatseminarium, Aspects of Missing Information in Genetic Linkage and Association Studies

23/5, Anastassia Baxevani, Lamperti transformed fractional Brownian motion

18/5, Sören Asmussen, Århus, Tail Probabilities for a Computer Reliability Problem

4/5, Ursula Gather, Dortmund, Analysing On-line Monitoring Data in Intensive Care

25/4, Alexander Atamas, Monte Carlo Techniques for Pricing Path-dependent Cliquet Options

20/4, Mattias Sundén, On Brownian approximation in the Kac model

6/4, Stellan Östlund, Fysik, Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradoxen

30/3, Patrik Albin, Extremes of bar chi^2 processes with application to genetic linkage analysis and analysis of trend

21/3, Peter Bickel, Berkeley, Estimating large covariance matrices

7/3, Olle Häggström,gemensamt seminarium anordnat av Centrum för Teoretisk Biologi, Matematikmissbruk i kampen mot Darwin

6/3, Symposium i biostatistik, gemensamt med AstraZeneca

28/2, Bo Markussen, Veterinary and Agricultural University, Danmark, Statistical analysis of image warps using stochastic differential equations

24/2, Fredrik Lundin, disputation, Case Studies in Omniparametric Simulation

23/2, Lars Holst, KTH, Om summor av överlappande Bernoulli-variabler

23/2, Örjan Stenflo, Stockholms universitet, V-variable fractals

16/2, Katja Schladitz, Geometric modelling and flow simulation for non-woven, Claudia Lautensack, Modelling of sintered structures

9/2, Helena Fohlin, examensarbete, Randomized Algorithms  for Seed Reconstruction in Prostate Cancer Radiation

2/2, Oskar Sandberg, licentiatseminarium, Searching in a small world

12/1, John Gustafsson, disputation, Unwarping and Analysing Electrophoresis Gels

12/1, Chris Glasbey, Edinburgh


16/12, Jenny Andersson, disputation, Non-Overlapping Germ-Grain Models: Characteristics and Material Modelling

29/11, Marju Orho-Melander, Universitetssjukhuset UMAS, Malmö, Genetic risk factors for metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular mortality. Is it possible to identify them and how to do it

28/11, Erik Kristiansson, licentiatseminarium, A New Method for Analysis of Microarray Gene Expression Assays

25-26/11, 6th Swedish Bioinformatics Workshop

24/11, Carl Fredrik Burman och Christian Sonesson, AstraZeneca, Are flexible designs sound?

18/11, Carl Lindberg, disputation, Portfolio optimization and statistics in stochastic volatility markets

17/11, Fred Benth, Oslo, Stochastic modelling of electricity markets

10/11, Johan Tykesson, licentiatseminarium, The Number of Unbounded Components in the Poisson-Boolean Model in H^2

3/11, Mia Deijfen, Spatial random graphs with prescribed degree distribution

1/11, Giovanni M. Marchetti, Florens, Graphical models of marginal independence for categorical variables

27/10, Anastassia Baxevani, Modelling Significant Wave Height Using Altimeter Measurements

25/10, Erik Brodin, Extremal dependence; Viktor Olsbo, A Spatial Process Based on Branch growth; Maria Conceicao Serra, From mutation to escape of subcritical populations

20/10, Vladimir A. Vatutin, Random walk with branching at one point

13/10, Balint Toth, Budapest, Hyperbolic hydrodynamic limits for systems with two conservation laws

11/10, Jan Lennartsson, On the manuscript "Random Fields and Geometry" by R.J. Adler and J.E. Taylor

6/10, Marius Iosifescu, Bukarest, Continued Fractions on the Unit Square

29/9, Antar Bandyopadhyay, Random Walk in Dynamic Markovian Random Environment

27/9, Gilles Guillot, INRA Paris, Statistical modelling in landscape genetics

22/9, Patsy Haccou, Leiden, Effects of deleterious mutations on the evolution of reproductive modes

20/9, Petra Klepac, Marin Ekologi, Epidemiology of the harbour seal plague. Samarrangemang med Centrum för Teoretisk Biologi

9/6, Simon Österberg, examensarbete, Sensitivity Analysis of the Exotic Option Triple Obligation & Vega-Hedging in Bates Market Model, possibly with a view towards Associated Transaction Costs

8/6, Aidan Sudbury, Monash University, Blocking, annihilation and dimer models on tree structures

7/6, John Maindonald, Plots that are Designed to show Groups in Expression Array and other High-dimensional Data

7/6, Ilona Pylvänäinen, disputation, A Parametric Approach to Yeast Growth Curve Estimation and Standardization

2/6, Andrei Toom, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brasilien, Non-ergodicity in a 1-D particle process with variable length

27/5, Anders Sjögren, licentiatseminarium, Contributions to Statistical Analysis of Gene Expression Data

26/5, Krys Podgorski, University of Nevada, Reno, Monte Carlo Inverse - non-linear solution to the inverse problem

19/5, Zhan Shi, Université Paris VI, Clustering in a self-gravitating gas

12/5, Filip Lindskog, Stockholm, Regular variation and extreme events for stochastic processes

10/5, Rüdiger Frey, Dynamic portfolio credit risk models, default contagion and credit derivatives

9/5, Alexander Herbertsson, licentiatseminarium, Dynamic Dependence Modelling in Credit Risk

28/4, Hatef Darabi, examensarbete, Linkage analysis of complex traits using neural networks

14/4, Malwina Luczak, London School of Economics, On the maximum queue length and asymptotic distributions in the supermarket model

12/4, David Gamarnik, IBM, Applications of the local weak convergence method to random graph problems

1/4, Anders Muszta, disputation, Contributions to Numerical Solution of Stochastic Differential Equations

31/3, Stochastic Differential Equation Day

4/3, Mats Kvarnström, disputation, Position Estimation and Tracking in Colloidal Particle Microscopy

4/3, Chris Glasbey, Statistical models to correct for saturation effects in cDNA microarrays

2/3, Staffan Sahlin, examensarbete, Growth of mature norway spruce in relation to ozone exposure. A statistical analysis based on weekly measurements

25/2, Erik Brodin, licentiatseminarium, Contributions to quantile estimation

24/2, Thomas Mikosch, Köpenhamn, Regular variation, large deviation and ruin probabilities

10/2, Hans Föllmer, Berlin, Probabilistic Aspects of Financial Risk: Convex risk measures and robust optimization

4/2, Arnoldo Frigessi, Oslo, Model-based estimation of transcript concentrations from microarray data, with or without a soft introduction to microarray data

3/2, Arnoldo Frigessi, Oslo, Estimating Functions in Indirect Inference

20/1, Peter Guttorp, Seattle/Lund, A stochastic model for hematopoiesis in animals


17/12, Mattias Bengtsson, licentiatseminarium, On the Asymptotic Behaviour of Lévy processes

16/12, Sören Asmussen, Aarhus, Two-sided modifications of Lévy processes

16/12, Yulia Yurgens, licentiatseminarium, Quantifying environmental impact by log-normal regression modelling of accumulated exposure

15/12, Seminariedag på FCC: Mathematics and Statistics in the Automotive Industry

14/12, Magnus Karlsson, licentiatseminarium, Statistical modelling of lateral vehicle loads

10/12, Johan Svensson, licentiatseminarium, Survival Estimation and Distribution Approximation for Optimal Maintenance

9/12, Marina Alexandersson, docentföreläsning, Hidden Markov Models in Bioinformatics

8/12, Albert Shiryaev, Moskva, Stochastic integral representations of functionals of maximum type for Brownian motion

7/12, Erik Brodin, On Statistical Estimation of Extreme Quantiles

2/12, Vladimir V. Vatutin, Steklovinstitutet, Moskva, Branching processes in random environment: quenched and annealed approaches

25/11, Holger Rootzén, Extremes on graphs: the longest edge and the largest cell

18/11, Vladimir V. Vatutin, Steklovinstitutet, Moskva, Branching processes and random walks in random environment

11/11, Anders Muszta, Stochastic Differential Equations and Stochastic Taylor Expansions

9/11, Mattias Bengtsson, An Introduction to some Asymptotic Properties of Levy processes

4/11, A. Eriksson, Fysik, War of attrition with implicit time cost

28/10, Eugen Mamontov, Non-stationary invariant distributions and the hydrodynamics-style generalization of the Kolmogorov-forward/Fokker-Planck equation

21/10, Jeff Steif, An interesting example of a countable state Markov chain: phase transition, 1 sided versus 2 sided Markov and such things

14/10, Torbjörn Lundh, Which ball is the roundest?

7/10, Carl Lindberg, News-generated dependence and optimal portfolios for n stocks in a market of Barndorff-Nielsen and Shephard type

30/9, Svante Janson, Asymptotics for generalized Polya urns

30/9, Erik Broman, Determinantal two-block-factors and Dynamical Percolation for some Interacting Particle Systems

27/9, Krishanu Maulik, Tail asymptotics for exponential functionals of L´evy processes

23/9, Gilles Guillot, Inference of a hidden spatial tessellation from multivariate data. Application to the delineation of homogeneous regions in an agricultural field

9/9, Antar Bandyopadhyay, Endogeny for Recursive Tree Processes

17/6, Rasmus Nisslert (examensarbete) Statistical image analysis and three-dimensional reconstruction from transmission electron micrographs of gels

15/6, Peter Jagers, On the viability of bounded populations

11/6, Kristina Wärmefjord (licentiatseminarium), Multivariate Quality Control and Diagnosis of Sources of Variation in Assembled Products

4/6, Sara Lorén (disputation), Fatigue limit, inclusions and finite lives - a statistical point of view

11/5, Jörg Polzehl, Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Berlin, Smoothing by adaptive weights: An overview

6/5, Magnus Arnér, SAAB, Trollhättan, Some Trends in the Usage of Statistics in the Automobile Industry

4/5, Katja Schladitz och Claudia Lautensack, Fraunhofer Institute, Kaiserslautern, Germany, 3d image analysis and modelling of microstructures

29/4, Olle Häggström, Slumpens skördar

22/4, Vanessa Didelez, University College London, Collapsibility for Conditional Gaussian Chain Graph Models

20/4, David Liberles, Computational Biology Unit, University of Bergen (Seminar in Chalmers Bioscience series), Modelling evolution after gene duplication

1/4, Bjarne Astrup Jensen, Handelshögskolan i Köpenhamn, On valuation before and after tax in no arbitrage models

27/2, Sharon Kühlmann-Berenzon (disputation), Edge correction and regression models for quantifying single-tree influence on understory vegetation 

26/2, Jun Yu, SLU, Umeå, Multispectral Image Classification Using Wavelets and Markov Random Field Approach

19/2, Anand Srivastav, Kiel, Construction of Sparse Connectors

12/2, Paul Shields, Two new methods of Markov order estimation.

30/1, Najaat El-Bayati (licentiatseminarium), An Extreme Value Perspective on the Changing Dynamics of Financial Returns

29/1, Jenny Andersson (licentiatseminarium), Point processes and convex sets - applications in fatigue

27/1, Peter van der Wal, Fractal Percolation and Set-valued Substitutions


18/12, Henrik Wester, examensarbete: Optimal stickprovsstorlek i kliniska försök

16/12, John Gustafsson, licentiatseminarium: Warping and Exploration of Variability in Two-Dimensional Electrophoresis Gels

2/12, Igor Rychlik: Maximum of Gaussian Fields with Applications to Oceanography 

25/11, David Cox, Nuffield College, Oxford, UK: Some Aspects of Maximum Likelihood Theory

20/11, Eric Renshaw, Univ. of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK: The Immigration-Death Process: A Model for All Seasons

18/11, Jeff Steif: Influence of variables. Part I (Joint analysis and statistics seminar).

6/11, Vicky Fasen: Extremal Behaviour of Continuous-Time Moving Average Processes

4/11, Elena Stanghellini, University of Perugia, Italien: Identification of Directed Acyclic Graph models with one hidden variable: some results and implications

31/10, Catrin Bergkvist, disputation: Circular Data Analysis of Repeated Measurements - Inspired by Growth Hormone Data

30/10, Catalin Starica: Is GARCH as good a model as the Nobel prize accolades would imply?

7/10, Cécile Mercadier: Extremes of nonstationary Gaussian processes with applications

7/10, Jean-Marc Azaïs: An asymptotic test for quantitative gene detection

2/10, Johan Wästlund, Linköpings universitet: The random assignment problem and how we proved Parisi's conjecture

25/9, Denis Benasciutti, Università di Ferrara: Title to be announced

18/9, Anand Srivastava, Kiel, Randomization in Combinatorial Optimization

12/9, Ilona Pylvänäinen, licentiatseminarium, Modeling Yeast Growth Curves

11/9, Anders Odén, Romelanda, Problems and solutions of making ten-year probabilities of fracture a future tool of osteoporosis treatment

25/8, Elisabeth Halloran, Biostatistics Department, Emory University, Estimating Efficacy of Trivalent, Cold-Adapted, Influenza Virus Vaccine (CAIV-T) using Surveillance Cultures

12/6, Joachim Johansson, disputation, Moment estimation using extreme value methods

3/6, Yonas Tekle, licentiatseminarium, Models for Chemotactic Migration of a Single Neutrophil in Spatio-Temporal Gradients of f-MLP: Evidence of a Temporal Mechanism for Gradient Detection

27/5, Anna M J Widerberg, presentation av examensarbete, Value at Risk: Gaussian vs Extreme Value Methods

22-23/5, Workshop om "Probability, Trees and Genetics"

20/5, Örjan Stenflo, Stockholms universitet, Iterated Random Functions

16/5, Ulrica Olofsson, disputation, Branching Processes: Polymerase Chain Reaction and Mutation Age Estimation

15/5, Peter Olofsson, Rice, Crump-Mode-Jagers, Processes and the Genetics of Aging

15/5, John McNamara, Bristol, Fitness and its maximisation

13/5, Ted Lystig, Simultaneous testing on QTL (Quantitative Trait Loci) in breeding

8/5, Jenny Andersson, Erik Brodin, Carl Lindberg, Holger Rootzén, Pedagogiskt seminarium: De nya kurserna i Dataanalys och Statistik på I-sektionen

6/5, Sharon Kühlmann, Pedagogiskt seminarium: Statistical thinking in an environmental course

30/4, Fredrik Lundin, licentiatseminarium, Omniparametric simulation of the two-type Richardson model

29/4, Tord Rikte, Lund, On physical units in multivariate analysis

16/4, Sören Lundbye Christenssen, Ålborg, Dynamic models for incidence and short term prognosis of acute myocardial infarction

10/4, Henrik Hult, KTH, Multivariate regular variation for additive processes

3/4, Neil O'Connell, University of Warwich, A large deviation principle with queueing applications

27/3, Peter Jagers, From the Malthusian Controversy to the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) --- or: Branching Processes in Random, Near-Critical Environments

26/3, Anders Muszta, licentiatseminarium, Recent advances in the numerical solution of stochastic differential equations

25/3, Roger Petersson, Växjö universitet, Variance reduction for diffusion processes by Malliavin Calculus

13/3, Nanny Wermuth, Universität Mainz, When and why do incomplete families of distributions indicate degenerate cases?

6/3, Kerstin Vännman, Luleå tekniska högskola, Om samarbetslärande i smågrupper och webbaserad kontinuerlig examination

28/2, Dunia Halawani, presentation av examensarbete, Evaluation Power for Sib-Pair Quantitative Trait Loci Methods Using Simulation

7/2, Elham Tantawi, presentation av examensarbete, Canonical correlation and sib-pair genetic linkage analysis of multivariate phenotypes

6/2, Per Hallberg, KTH, On phase transition and percolation in the beach model

30/1, Matthias Lowe, Nijmegen, Reconstruction of random scenery

30/1, Nina Gantert, Karlsruhe, Tyskland, The speed of biased random walk on supercritical percolation clusters

28/1, Thomas Mikosch, Köpenhamn, Infinite variance stable limits for martingale transforms

16/1, Ronald Meester, Amsterdam, What is the evidential strength of DNA matches?


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


20/12, Olle Häggström, Spel och sannolikheter: lite matematiskt julgodis

6/12, Jacques de Mare m fl, Pedagogiskt seminarium

27/11, Jan Wegger, Estimation of motion in image sequences

16/11, Stochastics in applications, One-day symposium

14-15/11, Workshop in stochastics in telecommunication

13-14/11, Ingemar Kaj, Uppsala, Stochastic modelling in broadband communication, Seminars on Stochastics in Applications

8/11, Harry Kesten, Stanislav Smirnov and John Wierman, Mini-Symposium on Percolation Theory

6/11, Elisabeth Joossens, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, On Estimation of the Largest Inclusions in a Piece of Steel using Extreme Value Analysis

2/11, Johan Svensson, presentation av examensarbete

1/11, Magnus Willander

26/10, Per-Gösta Andersson, disputation, Improving Estimation Quality in Large Sample Surveys

18/10, Ted Lystig, Goodness of Fit Hidden Markov Models

16/10, Greg Lawler, Mittag Leffler, An introduction to the Stochastic Loewner evolution

11/10, Thomas Möller, Köpenhamn, Fredrik Altenstedt, Chalmers, Erik Böllviken, Oslo, Försäkringsmatematik

9/10, Sara Lorén, licentiatseminarium, Estimating fatigue limits and inclusion sizes using staircase tests and finite live

2/10, Jesper Rydén, LTH, A frequency representation of the rainflow filter

27/9, Prof Erich Lehmann, University of California, Berkeley

20/9, Eric Setterberg, presentation av examensarbete, Vectorisation of fingerprint images using local direction estimates

18/9, Henrik Jansson, presentation av examensarbete, On the Distribution of the Number of Repairs per Vehicle

18/9, Cilla Persson, presentation av examensarbete

17/9, Joachim Johansson, licentiatseminarium, A Semiparametric Estimor of the Mean of Heavy-tailed Distributions

13/9, Serik Sagitov, The age of a Galton-Watson population with geometric offspring distribution

11/9, Krys Podgorski, Applications of generalized Laplace distributions

7/9, Staffan Nilsson, disputation, Which genes are involved? - Statistical planning and analysis of human genetic disease samples

6/9, Anders Bergqvist, Bioinformatikseminarium, The prediction of protein residue contacts from sequence alignment covariances

15/6, W Th F den Hollander, EURANDOM, Possible loss and recovery of Gibbsianness during the stochastic evolution of Gibbs measures

6/6, Leyla Nunez Castillo, redovisning av examensarbete, Sample size determination in ASP studies

31/5, Torgny Lindvall, On the Doeblin file No 11.668

30/5, Zoltan Szallasi, USUHS, Bethesda, Maryland, Genetic Network Analysis - From the Bench to Computers and Back

28/5, Charles-Antoine Guerin, Electromagnetic scattering on fractional Brownian surfaces and estimation of the Hurst exponent

23/5, Karin Arneklev, redovisning av examensarbete, Optimal design for a dose-response study based on the Emax model

17/5, Per-Gösta Andersson, Confidence intervals from estimators highly correlated with their standard error estimators - An asymptotic approach

15/5, V V Petrov, S:t Petersburg, On the law of the iterated logarithm for sequences of random variables

10/5, Rossitza Dodunekova, A solution to the telephone gossip problem

8/5, V V Petrov, S:t Petersburg, On the law of the iterated logarithm for sequences of random variables

24/4, Graham Kemp, University of Aberdeen, Building a Bioinformatics Database Federation

18/4, Jenny Andersson, redovisning av examensarbete, Korrosion på aluminium och magnesium analyserad med extremvärdesstatistik

10/4, Magnus Johnsson, redovisning av examensarbete, Modellval vid prospektiv och retrospektiv analys av logistiska regressionsmodeller - en kritisk analys

5/4, Marianne Månsson, On the ballot theorems

3/4, Olof Bengtsson, licentiatseminarium, Two-Locus Affected Sib-Pair, Identity by Descent Probabilities, Constraints, Parameterisation and Estimation

28/3, Marina Alexandersson, Berkeley, Gene finding with hidden Markov models

27/3, Ritsert Jansen, Wagenegen, Holland, Mapping QTLs with the aid of molecular markers

27/3, Ritsert Jansen, Wagenegen, Holland, Bioinformatics tools for understanding complex traits

22/3, Lars Holst, KTH, Om rekord och cykler i slumppermutationer

20/3, Ulf Strömberg, Lunds universitet, Fall-kontrollstudier: några metodologiska aspekter

20/3, Catrin Bergkvist, licentiatseminarium, Suggestions how to analyse highly episodic repeated measurements with application in growth hormone

15/3, Rahul Roy, Indian Statistical Institute (New Delhi), The geometry of finite clusters in high intensity Poisson stick process

14/3, Vincent Moulton, Mathematician from Mid Sweden University in Sundsvall, Phylogenetic networks: A tool for representing non-treelike evolution

1/3, Anders Martin-Löf, Stockholms universitet, Om den fysikaliska teorin för den brownska rörelsen

27/2, Anne-Laure Fougeres

23/2, Johan Segers (Leuven), On family of generalised Pickands estimators for the tail index

22/2, Kenneth Jonsson, Fingerprint Cards, Biometric methods for person identification

20/2, Fredrik Lundin, Om unicitet hos oändliga komponenten i perkolationsmodeller

15/2, Marianne Månsson, On the occurrence of fixed words in random strings

15/2, Alberto Apostolico, Algoritmseminarium, Computational Theories of Surprise

14/2, Alberto Apostolico, prof i datalogi, Purdue University, University of Padova, Italien, Proposed Wednesday Master Lecture, A Pattern Discovery Primer

23/1, (inställt), Karl Breitung, Pickands H_{alpha}


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, 10.00-17.00, 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


16/12, Lenberg Matematisk statistik, Department of Signals and Systems, Presentation av examensarbete, Extraktion av särdrag samt klassificering av radardata

14/12, Pontus Andersson, Uppsala universitet. Statistiska seminariet och kombinatorikseminariet. Random permutations, random circuits and the Poisson-Dirichlet distribution

10/12, Mats Gyllenberg, Åbo Universitet, Bioinformatikseminariet, Probabilistisk identifiering av bakterier

10/12, Staffan Nilsson, lic seminarium, Two Contributions to Genetic Link age Analysis

Uwe Rösler, Kiel, On the Xlog X condition for Weighted Branching Processes

8/12, Kajsa Fröjd, lic seminarium: Perfect simulation of some multitype spatial point processes

6/12, Uwe Rösler, Kiel: Branching Processes and Computer Algorithms

18/11 , Neil O'Connell, BRIMS, Hewlett Packard

11/11, Timo Koski: Om en statistisk modell för proteinklassificering

4/11, Anne-Mette Krabbe Pedersen, Dept of Theoretical Statistics, University of Aarhus: Probabilistic models of DNA sequence evolution with context dependent rates of substitution

14/10, Miora Biuculescu, Bukarest: Stationary structures associated with Markov processes

30/9, Rasmus Waagepetersen: Analysis of spatial data using generalized linear mixed models and Langevin-type MCMC

22 - 24/9, John Lewis: Stora avvikelser och telekommunikation (riksdoktorandkurs, MD6)

21/9, Sven Erick Alm, Uppsala

14/9, Helge Malmgren, Filosofiska inst, GU: Artificiella nervnät

9/9, Georg Lindgren, Lund: "Oceans from space" - vilka statistiska egenskaper hos havsvågor kan man mäta från rymden?

2/9, Uwe Rösler, Kiel: Some aspects of weighted branching process

31/8, Åke Arvidsson, Ericsson: Modelling of Elastic Packet Traffic

26/8, Denis Enachescu, Rumänien: Monte Carlo methods for differential and partial differential equations

25/8, Minikonferens i bioinformatik

24/8, Cornelia och Denis Enachescu, Rumänien: Statistical methods for neural networks

Erik Hjalmarsson, examensarbete: A power market without market power

19/8, Russ Lyons, Indiana State University: Dirichlet Functions, Random Walks, Spanning Forests, and Percolation

29/6, Pavel Grabarnik, The Institute of Basic Problems of Biology, Pushchino, Ryssland: A test of goodness-of-fit for spatial point patterns

3/6, Marina Tsygan, On the ergodic properties of the Itoscence differentiable properties

3/6, John Adler, redovisning av examensarbete: Statistical and Computational Aspects of Radiation Hybrid Data

1/6, Hermann Thorisson, Reykjavik: Punktstationaritet i d dimensioner och Palm teori

27/5, Anders Muszta, redovisning av examensarbete: Sample path properties of Brownian Motion

27/5, Jean Bertoin, Paris: Branching processes, subordination, and coalescent

26/5, Klara Jakobsson, redovisning av examensarbete:

25/5, Hermann Thorisson, Reykjavik:

20/5, Jeffrey Collamore, Lund: Analytical Estimates and Optimal Simulation Regimes for the Multidimensional Ruin Problem

11/5, Patrik Albin: Strong Tauberian Theorem for Sums of Positive Random Variables

6-7/5, Boris A Sevastyanov promoted to doctor Honoris Cause by the Chalmers university of technology. 6 and 7 May there will be a symposium at the Mathematical centre, room S1.

5/5, B A Svastjanov, V V Vatutin m fl: Förgreningsprocesser

4/5, Mikael Holtenman, redovisning av examensarbete: A comparison between methods for estimating tail percentiles of lifetime data

27/4, Chris Glasbey, Edinburgh: Registration of remotely-sensed images using an estimated digital elevation model

15/4, P Albin: Strong Tauberian Theorems for Positive Random Series

8/4, Ingemar Kaj, Uppsala

30/3, Jakob Block, redovisning av examensarbete: A study on the tail behaviour of the distribution of stochastic differential equations driven by a(alfa)-stable processes

25/3, Johan Håstad, NADA, Stockholm: On pseudo-random generators

18/3, Joanna Tyrcha, Stockholm: Applications of perturbed dynamical systems to cell cycle modelling

11/3, Johan Jonasson: My three favourite proofs and some related open problems

4/3, Lennart Ljung, Linköping: (in English) Systemidentifiering: Tidsserieanalys för reglertekniker

1/3, Gerold Alsmeyer, Muenster

23/2, Martin Möhle, Mainz: The concept of duality and applications to Markov processes arising in neutral population genetics models

18/2, Martin Jacobsen

16/2, Juni Palmgren, Stockholm

11/2, Catalin Starica: The Wharton school, Philadelphia and Chalmers university of technology, Gothenburg: Change of structure in financial time series, long range dependence and the GARCH model (joint work with Thomas Mikosch)

4/2, Peter Nordin, Fysisk resursteori: Vad är genetisk programmering av algoritmer?

2/2, Harald Bergström: The fair option in an elemental model as adaptation of an index to another index

28/1, Tatjana Turova, Lund: Analysis of biological neural models: phase transitions, storage capacity

26/1, Clive W Anderson, University of Sheffield, UK: The largest inclusions within a piece of steel

21/1, Mikael Patriksson/Ann-Britt Strömberg: Stochastic programming - Optimization under uncertainty

12/1, Mohammad Eddabi, Université Cadi Ayyad Marrakech, Marocko


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 numerisk 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

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