SPART 2018 - Stochastic Processes and Random Trees

Thursday, October 11th and Friday, October 12th 2018

This workshop aimed to bring together a range of researchers who are interested in the study of random trees or other random discrete combinatorial structures via stochastic processes, and vice versa.

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Participants

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Presented Talks:

Nicolas Broutin (Paris): Limits of inhomogeneous random graphs
Martin Byrenheid (Dresden): On the maximum degree in preferential attachment trees
Steffen Dereich (Münster): Quasi-processes for branching Markov chains
Nina Gantert (Munich): Large deviations for the maximum of a branching random walk
Rudolf Grübel (Hanover): Trees: From algorithms to arbotons
Zakhar Kabluchko (Münster): Edgeworth expansions for profiles of random trees
Amaury Lambert (Paris): Nested coalescents and coagulation-transport equations
Peter Mörters (Cologne): Branching with Reinforcement
Jan Nagel (Eindhoven): Random walk on a barely supercritical branching random walk
Cornelia Pokalyuk (Frankfurt): A host-parasite model for the human cytomegalovirus
Jan Swart (Prague): Recursive tree processes and the mean-field limit of stochastic flows
Anita Winter (Duisburg-Essen): Aldous Markov chain on cladograms

Abstracts: The detailed programme including titles and abstracts can be downloaded here.

Organizers: Anita Behme and Helmut Pitters

Location: C207, Willersbau, Zellescher Weg 12-14, Dresden

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Letzte Änderung: 16.10.2018