Many real-life phenomena, like weather patterns or prices of stocks exhibit jump-type behavior.
In fact, from a certain mathematical perspective, the jump-type phenomena–understood as Lévy-type stochastic processes–may be considered more general than the continuous phenomena–understood as diffusion processes.
The theory of Lévy-type processes belongs to the field of stochastic processes.
However, because of numerous and deep links with other areas of mathematics, it is also significant for potential theory, the theory of nonlocal partial differential equations, as well as statistics and financial mathematics.
The workshop "Nonlocal Operators and Markov Processes" offers a view toward the field accessible to people of different backgrounds.
The first workshop on 26-30 October 2020
focused on the interplay of Lévy-type processes with nonlocal partial differential equations and potential theory. The second workshop on 22-26 March 2021 is dedicated to statistical problems and simulation for jump processes.
The workshops are organised as part of the Beethoven grant
"Sensitivity Analysis of Nonlocal Operators with Applications to Jump Processes" carried out under the supervision of René Schilling
and Krzysztof Bogdan.
Date: Mon 22-March-2021 -- Fri 26-March-2021
Format: Virtual Zoom Conference
Time: 3 talks a day: 10:00-11:00, 11:00-12.00 and 14:00-15:00 (GMT+1h)
In this workshop we want to focus on:
- parametrix constructions in stochastic processes
- statistics of stochastic processes
- numerical aspects of the above
Times are given in Wroclaw-Dresden time (GMT+1h).
Monday, 22 Mar:
Tuesday, 23 Mar:
Wednesday, 24 Mar:
Thursday, 25 Mar:
Friday, 26 Mar: