Applied Stochastics Seminar

Department of Mathematics, Radboud University Nijmegen


 

In Semester II of academic year 2017-2018, the seminar is scheduled approximately every two weeks on Tuesdays at 14h. Contact Ross Kang to receive emailed announcements or for further details. Note: there is considerable overlap here with the departmental page.

2017-2018

  • 9 October 2018: Stijn Cambie (Radboud University Nijmegen).
    Asymptotic resolution of a question of Plesník.  ±
  • 26 July 2018: António Girão (Cambridge/Birmingham).
    Long cycles in Hamiltonion graphs.  ±
  • 26-27 June 2018: Mini-Symposium and PhD Defence for Wouter Cames van Batenburg.
  • 12 June 2018: Wouter Cames van Batenburg (Université libre de Bruxelles).
    A tight Erdős-Pósa function for planar minors  ±
  • 15 May 2018: Neil Olver (VU Amsterdam).
    The long-term behaviour of a queue-based dynamic traffic model  ±
  • 1 May 2018: Ewan Davies (University of Amsterdam).
    Gibbs measures in combinatorics  ±
  • 17 April 2018: Daniel Valesin (University of Groningen).
    The asymmetric multitype contact process.  ±
  • 12-13 April 2018: STAR Workshop on Random Graphs 2018
  • 13 March: Rui Castro (TU Eindhoven).
    Distribution-Free Detection of Structured Anomalies: Permutation and Rank-Based Scans.  ±
  • 20 February 2018: Timothy Budd (Radboud University Nijmegen).
    Geometry of random planar maps with high degrees.  ±
  • 23 January 2018: Rob van den Berg (CWI).
    Near-critical percolation and applications.  ±
  • 5 December 2017: Jop Briët (CWI).
    Codes, Szemerédi's theorem and upper tail probabilities.  ±
  • 24 October 2017: Wouter Cames van Batenburg (Radboud University Nijmegen).
    Coloring Jordan regions and Jordan curves.  ±
  • 18 October 2017 (Quantum Gravity lunch seminar): Ross Kang (Radboud University Nijmegen).
    Guarantees of sparse or dense subgraphs.
  • 3 October 2017: Derong Kong (Leiden University).
    On the bifurcation set of badly approximable numbers in \(\beta\)-dynamical systems  ±
  • 19 September 2017: Guus Regts (University of Amsterdam).
    Zero-free regions of graph polynomials and algorithms for evaluating graph polynomials.  ±

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