2010 Southern California Probability Symposium
The 2010 Southern California Probability Symposium will be held on Saturday, December 4, at the IPAM building on the UCLA campus.
- 9:30-10:00 AM Refreshments
- 10:00-10:45 AM Oren Louidor (UCLA) "Mixing time analysis of the Glauber dynamics for the Curie-Weiss Potts Model" Abstract
- 10:45-11:00 AM Coffee break
- 11:00-11:45 AM Jin Ma (USC) "Recent Developments on Forward-backward Stochastic Differential Equations" Abstract
- 11:45-1:45 PM Lunch
- 1:45-2:30 PM Rohini Kumar (UCSB) "Small time asymptotics for fast mean-reverting stochastic volatility models" Abstract
- 2:35-3:20 PM Jim Pitman (UC Berkeley) "Concave majorants of random walks and Lévy processes" Abstract
- 3:20-3:45 PM Coffee break
- 3:45-4:30 PM Todd Kemp (UCSD) "Chaos and the Fourth Moment" Abstract
- 4:30-5:30 PM Reception to Celebrate Tom Liggett's Two-Thirds of a Century Birthday
- 6:00 PM Dinner
Driving and Parking Directions
- Click here for a UCLA campus map. The IPAM building is called the Portola Plaza Building on the campus map.
- To get to IPAM from 405 North or 405 South, exit on Wilshire Boulevard, going east towards Westwood. Turn left onto Westwood Boulevard
and take Westwood Boulevard into campus. Continue on Westwood Boulevard until you come to Parking Lot 9.
The parking lot will be on your right, and the kiosk will be
on your left. You will need to get a token from the kiosk
to get into the parking lot. If you have a parking permit
for another UC campus, you can park for free, but otherwise
it will cost $10 to park.
- The dinner will be held at Shamshiri at 6:00 PM.
- If you are interested in coming for dinner, please RSVP to Jason Schweinsberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- This year's symposium is being organized by Bruce Driver, Pat Fitzsimmons, Amber Puha, Jason Schweinsberg, and Ruth Williams.
- If you have any questions about the symposium, please direct them, by email, to Jason Schweinsberg at email@example.com.
- Information and reminders about the symposium will be sent by email to members of the Southern California Probability Group email list. If you wish to add or remove your name from this list, please click here.