Fachbereich Mathematik, Campus Essen
04th April 2014
Reading Seminar (2SWS)
Sommer Semester 2014
Monday, 14.15-15.45; WSC-S-U-3.03
In this seminar we present papers which we are reading in detail while writing our final thesis: master thesis, diploma thesis or PhD thesis.
If your are interested in becoming a master student in probability theory you are also welcome to join.
- 07.04.2014; Introduction in the topic and organization of the presentations, Anita Winter
- 05.05.2014; A stochastic model for phylogenetic trees, Mussarat Mouri
- 12.05.2014; Metric Measure Spaces and the Reconstruction Theorem,
, Roland Meizis
- 19.05.2014; The impact of selection in the Lambda-Wright-Fisher model, Ruth Heselhaus
- 26.05.2014; Survival and extinction in a locally
regulated population, Johannes Fiedler
- 02.06.2014; Zero-One Law for Directional Transience of One Dimensional Excited Random Walks, Tim Schönberger
- 16.06.2014; Brownian motion on snakes and spiders (Steven N. Evans), Fabian Gerle
- 23.06.2014; Random walks on disordered media and their scaling limits (Takashi Kumagai), Chapter 2, Max Präfgen
- 07.07.2014; Valentin Fitz; Random fitness landscapes: existence of monotone paths
- 14.07.2014; Random walks on disordered media and their scaling limits (Takashi Kumagai), Chapter 3, Florian Königs
What should I know if I want to participate?
The Seminar is offered as part of the Master Program in Mathematics. Nevertheless, if you are interested in probability theory you are very welcome to participate and contribute with a presentation. Preknowledge in probability theory and stochastic processes are of great advantage.
Don't hesitate to send me an e-mail for more information:
anita(dot)winter `at' due(dot)de
- The first session will be on Monday, 07th of April. I will give a short introduction and we will distribute the talks. The first presentation will be given on Monday, 05th of May.