Stochastic Analysis


  • 07 September - 11 September 2015
  • Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan
  • Organiser: RIMS
  • Event Details

On the occasion of the centennial anniversary of the birth of Kiyosi Itô, the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences at Kyoto University has launched the RIMS international research project on Stochastic Analysis. They are organising international conferences in order to review the current state of research and find new directions.

The following topics will be the main themes during the project.
a. Stochastic Analysis on Infinite Dimensional Spaces
b. Theory of Dirichlet forms and Its Applications
c. Stochastic Analysis on Large Scale Interacting Systems

The main activities of the project will concentrate on July-December 2015. The first half of the period will be devoted to a broad review of the current state of research and in the second half, they'll focus on stochastic analytical methods in statistical physics.

For more information on the centennial anniversary of the birth of Kiyosi Itô, please visit the Mathematical Society of Japan's webpage.

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