1st Hamilton Institute Workshop on Applied Probability

Dates: June 11-12, 2007.

Venue: John Hume Lecture Theatre 4, NUI Maynooth.

Topics: probability applied to biology, computer science, communication networks and related fields.

The aim of the workshop is to provide an Irish forum that brings together world experts that are advancing applications of probability theory to areas including biology, computer science, communication networks and information theory. The range of topics covered will be broad and the workshop should be of interest to anyone working on either the theory or applications of probability.

The meeting will consist of a series of one hour seminars, including talks by the following list of visiting speakers:

Onno Boxma (Eindhoven);

A. J. Ganesh (Microsoft Research);

Mark Kelbert (U. Wales);

Sean Meyn (U. Illinois);

James Norris (U. Cambridge);

Christof Schütte (FU Berlin);

Jon Warren (U. Warwick);

Bert Zwart (Georgia Tech).

Talks will be held all day Monday and on Tuesday morning, with Tuesday afternoon free for informal talks. A conference dinner will be held in Barberstown Castle on the evening of Monday the 11th. If you are not speaking, but are interested in joining us for dinner, please contact Rosemary Hunt.

Questions regarding the workshop can be addressed to one of the organisers: Ken Duffy, Wilhelm Huisinga, Rade Stanojevich and Vijay Subramanian.


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