New trends In Markov Processes

Swiss Doctoral Program in Mathematics


March 20-24, Les Diablerets,

Hotel Les Sources



Course 1 : Quasi-Stationary Distributions for absorbed Markov processes,

Nicolas Champagnat, INRIA, Nancy, France


Course 2 : Piecewise Deterministic Markov Processes,

Florent Malrieu, Laboratoire de Mathématiques et Physique Théorique CNRS UMR 7350, Tours, France


Mini Course 1: Stochastic biochemical reaction networks with absolute concentration robustness

Christian Mazza, Department of Mathematics, University of Fribourg


Mini Course 2 : Markov Chains and Glauber Dynamics in Statistical Mechanics

Ioan Manolescu, Department of Mathematics, University of Fribourg


Preliminary Program

Mon 20 Morning   9h-10h30 Champagnat, 10h45-12h15 Malrieu,

Mon 20 Afternoon 14h15-15h15 Champagnat, 15h30-17h Malrieu


Tue 21 Morning : 8h30- 9h30 Malrieu, 9h45-11h15 Champagnat, 11h30 -12h30 Manolescu

Tue 21 Afternoon: Discussions and Questions


Wed 22 Morning:  9h-10h30 Champagnat, 10h45-12h15 Malrieu,

Wed 22 Afternoon:  14h15-15h15 Mazza, 15h30-16h30 Manolescu


Thu 23 Morning: 8h30-9h30 Mazza, 9h45-10h45 Malrieu, 11h-12h30 Champagnat

Thu 23 Afternoon: Discussions and Questions