
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES 

July 30, 2016  
TOPICS IN MODERN STOCHASTIC ANALYSIS

Robert J. Adler (TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology) 
Leonid Mytnik (TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology) 
Rick Durrett (Cornell University) 
George Papanicolaou (Stanford University) 
Luis Gorostiza (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados) 
Edwin A. Perkins (University of British Columbia) 
Andreas Greven (Friedrich AlexanderUniversitätErlangen) 
Gordon Slade (University of British Columbia) 
Thomas G. Kurtz (University of WisconsinMadison) 
S.R.S. Varadhan (Courant Institute of Mathematics) 
Terry Lyons (Mathematical Institute, Oxford) 
Anton Wakolbinger (Johann WolfgangGoetheUniversität am Main) 
The workshop is organized by: J.T. Cox (Syracuse University), T.G. Kurtz (Madison University), D.M. Salopek (York University), and R. Srinivasan (University of Saskatchewan).
Thursday
9:00 a.m.  12:30 p.m 
Thursday
2:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 
Friday
9:00 a.m.  12:30 p.m 
Friday
2:00 p.m.  5:30 p.m 
Andreas Greven
Friedrich AlexanderUniversität  Erlangen Longtime behaviour of interacting stochastic systems 
George Papanicolaou
Stanford University Imaging and timereversal in random media 
Robert Adler
Technion  Israel Institute of Technology The Burgers Superprocess 
Terry Lyons
Mathematical Institute, Oxford Stochastic Differential Equations driven by Infinite Dimensional Brownian Motion 
Luis Gorostiza
Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados Trajectorial fluctuations of particle systems, timelocalization and selfintersection local time 
Ed Perkins University of British Columbia Superchains with interactive branching and degenerate sde's 
Thomas Kurtz University of Wisconsin  Madison A Brownian particle system with local time interaction and its corresponding SPDE (with Kevin Buhr) 
Gordon Slade UBC Critical oriented percolation in high dimensions 
Anton Wakolbinger 
S.R.S Varadhan Courant Institute of Mathematics  NYU Regularity of the Self Diffusion Coefficient 
Leonid Mytnik Technion  Israel Institute of Technology Hard Killing Branching Model 
Rick Durrett Cornell University Biodiversity 