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GWOT '19

The aim of GWOT '19 was to bring together experts from

  • spatial stochastics
  • mathematical finance
  • Lévy processes & self-similar processees
  • random fragmentations 

to continue research and start new projects. The target was simple: Prove new theorems!

  • Participants

    • Andy Allan (Oxford)
    • Frank Aurzada (Darmadt)
    • Sam Baguley (Mannheim)
    • Gabriel Berzunza (Göttingen)
    • Stein Bethuelsen (Stavanger)
    • Volker Betz (Darmstadt)
    • Loic Chaumont (Angers)
    • David Coupier (Valencienne)
    • Benjamin Dadoun (Zurich)
    • Steffen Dereich (Münster)
    • Hanna Döring (Osnabrück)
    • Leif Döring (Mannheim)
    • Clément Foucard (Paris)
    • Chong Liu (Zurich)
    • Andreas Kyprianou (Bath)
    • Philip Harms (Freiburg)
    • Christian Hirsch (Mannheim)
    • Benedikt Jahnel (Berlin)
    • Zakhar Kabluchko (Münster)
    • Wolfgang König (Berlin)
    • Bastien Mallein (Paris)
    • Christian Mönch (Darmstadt)
    • Juan Carlos Pardo (CIMAT & Bath)
    • Helmut Pitters (Mannheim)
    • David Prömel (Oxford)
    • Weerapat Satitkanitkul (Angers)
    • Quan Shi (Oxford)
    • Christoph Thäle (Bochum)
    • Lukas Trottner (Mannheim)
    • Alex Watson (Manchester)
    • Philip Weißmann (Mannheim)
    • Mathias Winkel (Oxford)
    • Matija Vidmar (Ljubijana)
    • Xiaowen Zhou (Montréal)
  • Program

    Coffee breaks: 9 am, 3 pm. Wine and cheese in the evenings. Topic groups decide on a work and presentation program.

  • Practical Information

    Date: April, 8th-12th, 2019

    Venue: University of Mannheim, B6, part B, 3rd floor, 10 min walking distance from the train station, link to google maps.

  • Organizers

    Leif Döring, Christian Hirsch, Helmut Pitters (Mannheim), David Prömel, Quan Shi (Oxford), Alex Watson (Manchester)

  • Support

    The workshop is supported by the research training group „Statistical modeling of complex systems and processes“.