The International Mathematical Union (IMU) is supporting via the IMU Itô fund, the IMU Itô Travel Awards to invite young mathematicians to attend the Symposium “Stochastic Analysis”, which is taking place at RIMS, Kyoto University, from 7 to 11 September 2015, as part of a celebration of the centennial anniversary of the birth of Professor Kiyosi Itô. http://www.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~ryoki/proj2015/RIMS_project_SA.html
Those eligible to apply are PhD students and researchers who received their PhD within the past 8 years.
The support consists of travel grants of two types: a) full support (up to 250,000 Japanese yen to support travel and local expenses), b) partial support (up to 150,000 Japanese yen). The selection of awardees is made by an international committee appointed by RIMS in consultation with the IMU.
The payment will be given according to the regulations of Kyoto University.
Note that all talks at the Symposium are invited plenary talks, so there will be NO contributed talks.
We hope that many PhD students and young researchers come and participate!
Takashi Kumagai (Chair of the Selection Committee)
CLAPEM XIII has been awarded ISI-World Bank funds to support the participation of residents of developing countries from the Caribbean and Latin America in the event. For application, please use the application form.
Deadline for application for this support is May 15th, 2014.
Website for the Centennial of Kiyosi Itô
2015 is the centennial of the birth of Kiyosi Itô. To celebrate this anniversary, the Mathematical Society of Japan (MSJ) and RIMS, Kyoto University have created the following special website:
This website contains open access to unpublished lecture notes by Kiyosi Itô, the collection of papers dedicated to Itô on his 80th birthday, and a list of Itô’s works and links to his papers. The website will also announce information about events related to the centennial.
Tadahisa Funaki (President of MSJ) and Takashi Kumagai (RIMS, Kyoto) on behalf of the committee for Itô’s centennial projects
SPA/Elsevier Travel Awards 2014 for the 37th Conference on Stochastic Processes and Their Applications
The 37th Conference on Stochastic Processes and Their Applications will be held at Universidad De Buenos Aires from July 28 to August 1, 2014.
The publishing company Elsevier and the journal Stochastic Processes and Their Applications - An Official Journal of the Bernoulli Society - sponsor the conference with four Elsevier Travel Grants worth 500 Euros each. The grants will be awarded to the following junior researchers:
Loren Coquille (Bonn)
Sandro Gallo (Rio de Janeiro)
Adriana Neumann de Oliveira (Porto Alegre)
Marielle Simon (Lyon)
Takashi Kumagai, Kyoto
Francisco Aranda Ordaz Award
The LARC-SLAPEM organizes, every two/three years, a prize to honor the memory of Francisco Aranda-Ordaz, a distinguished young Mexican statistician who died tragically in 1991. Sponsored by the Bernoulli Society, the Francisco Aranda-Ordaz Award is bestowed for one thesis in Probability and one thesis in Statistics written by students from Latin America, regardless of the country of the university offering the degree, or by students from other nationalities who received the degree from a Latin American university. The winners are invited to present their works at the CLAPEM meeting.
Call for Invited Paper Session Proposals for the 2015 ISI World Statistics Congress, Rio de Janeiro
The 2015 ISI World Statistics Congress (WSC) will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during the period July 27-31, 2015. The Bernoulli Society is soliciting invited paper session (IPS) proposals for the Rio WSC scientific program.
Special Volume of Stochastic Processes and their Applications
The special issue of the journal SPA on the occasion of the 2013 International Year of Statistics, edited by Rainer Dahlhaus, Jean Jacod, Per Mykland and Nakahiro Yoshida, can be downloaded free of charge from the SPA website: SPA special issue 2013 - free download.
Posted by Takashi Kumagai, Kyoto
SPA/Elsevier Travel Awards 2013 - Conference on Lévy Processes
The publishing company Elsevier and the journal Stochastic Processes and Their Applications - An Official Journal of the Bernoulli Society - sponsor the conference with two Elsevier Travel Grants worth 500 Euros each. The grants will be awarded to the following young researchers:
Victoria Knopova (Kiev, Taras Schevchenko University and Ukrainian Academy of Sciences)
Nikola Sandrić (University of Zagreb)
Posted by Takashi Kumagai, Kyoto
The third IMS Asia Pacific Rim Meetings
The third IMS Asia Pacific Rim Meetings will take place in Howard International House, Taipei, Taiwan, during the period June 30 (Monday) - July 3 (Thursday), 2014.
This meeting series provides an excellent forum for scientific communications and collaborations for the researchers in Asia and Pacific Rim. It also promotes communications and collaborations between the researchers in this area and those from other parts of the world. The program covers a wide range of topics in statistics and probability, presenting recent developments and the state of the art in a variety of modern research topics and in applications.