The participants are invited to give talks and/or to deliver papers for the published proceedings of the conference. As at the earlier conferences, we expect to publish the proceedings in the Birkhäuser series Progress in Probability. The talks or papers could be current research or broader perspective surveys.
Organizing Committee: Michael Marcus (CUNY, USA), Jon A. Wellner (University of Seattle, USA) and J. Hoffmann-Jørgensen (University of Aarhus, Denmark).
The conference is supported by the MaPhySto Centre which is funded by the Danish National Research Foundation and we do have some (limited) resources for subsidizing accommodation and/or travel expenses. We have applied to various other sources for more support. Notification is anticipated in the spring of 2002.
As the capacity of the Estate is limited to 60 rooms we cannot assure that every one interested can participate. All participants will be placed in single rooms, but some of the rooms (in each of the two categories) have two beds and it is possible to bring your family. Accompanying persons must pay the ordinary room price but no conference fee.
The current price per day is DKK 820 (approx. USD 103) for category 1 rooms, and DKK 695 (approx. USD 87) for category 2 rooms, but is subject to (minor) changes. The prices include the room for one night, 3 meals and coffee before and after noon. The conference fee is DKK 500 (approx. USD 63) and includes a banquet dinner and a bux excursion to the march land of the West Coast of Jutland.
Method of payment (remember to state your name somewhere
on the payment):
Cheque in Danish kroner drawn on Den Danske Bank made payable to: MaPhySto, Aarhus Universitet, DK-8000 Aarhus C, Denmark.
Post-giro to number: 704 22 64 marked 95.5100.11142.3028
Bank transfer to Aarhus Universitet, Reg.No. 3627, Account No. 4809 97 3700 at Den Danske Bank, Kannikegade, DK-8000 Aarhus C, marked 95.5100.11142.3028 . SWIFT DABADKKK
Cash in Danish currency upon arrival at Sandbjerg.
Monday, June 24
09:00-09:50: J. Hoffmann-Jørgensen: Perfect independence and stochastic
10:00-10:50: P. Gaenssler (joint work with D. Rost): Smoothed empirical processes
11:00-11:50: J. Kuelbs: Rates of convergence for the Nummelin Conditional Weak Law of Large Numbers
14:30-15:00: J. Zinn: On the Gaussian correlation inequality
15:10-15:40: D. Radulovic: A note on the smoothed bootstrap
16:00-16:30: A. Koldobsky: On the central limit property for convex bodies
16:40-17:10: L. Menneteau: Moderate deviations and laws of the iterated logarithm in hilbertian autoregressive models
17:20-17:50: O. Sharipov: Strong limit theorems for weakly dependent random variables with values in Hilbert space and their applications
Tuesday, June 25
09:00-09:50: E. Giné: Some applications of empirical processes to
10:00-10:50: R.L. Hudson: Ito calculus in enveloping algebras
11:00-11:50: A. de Acosta: Large deviations for certain recursive schemes
14:30-15:00: D. Mason (joint work with E. Giné and A. Zaitsev): The L^1-norm density estimator process
15:10-15:40: A. Zaitsev: Estimates of the rate of approximation in a de-Poissonization lemma
16:00-16:30: P. Ruzankin (joint work with I. Borisov): Poisson approximation for expectations of unbounded functions of independent random variables 16:40-17:10: J. Kawabe: Joint continuity of injective tensor products of Banach lattice-valued positive vector measures
17:20-17:50: F. Topsøe (joint work with P. Harremoës): Information theory, Games and exponential families
Wednesday, June 26
09:00-09:50: P. Deheuvels: New Karhunen-Loeve expansions
10:00-10:50: X. Fernique: Some extension of Cameron-Martin Theorem
11:00-11:50: S. Mendelson: Entropy and the Shattering dimension
14:30-15:00: M. Braverman: On the boundedness of stable sequences
15:10-15:40: R. Ibragimov (joint work with Victor de la Pena): Sharp estimates for tail probabilities and moments of moving averages and sums of multilinear forms
16:00-16:30: U. Einmahl (joint work with J. Kuelbs): On the moderate deviation probabilities for convex sets
16:40-17:10: N. Parpieva (joint work with O. Sharipov): Central limit theorems for mixing random fields with values in some Banach space
17:20-17:50: Q-M. Shao: What is the probability that a random polynomial does not have a real zero?
20:00-21:00: Planning of the next conference
Thursday, June 27
09:00-09:50: M. Marcus: Ray's theorem using Gaussian processes
10:00-10:50: R.M. Dudley: On the asymptotics of likelihoods
11:00-11:50: V. Dobric: Applications of wavelets to Gaussian-Markov processes
13:00-18:30: Bus excursion to the marshland of southwest Jutland
19:30: Conference dinner
Friday, June 28
09:00-09:50: U. Franz: Lévy processes on Lie algebras
10:00-10:50: W. Li: Recent developments of lower tails for Gaussian processes
10:55-11:25: V. Koltchinskii: Bounding margin distributions in learning problems
11:30-12:00: D. Rost (joint work with P. Gaenssler): Smoothed empirical processes and the bootstrap
14:30-15:00: P. Harremoës: Convergence to the Poisson distribution in information divergence
By airplane: Flights from Copenhagen Airport to Sønderborg: 8:00-8:40, 11:00-11.40, 14:55-15:35 (Monday-Friday); 17:15-17:55 (Monday-Friday and Sunday); 20:15-20:55 (Wednesday-Sunday); 18:15-18:55 (Monday-Friday and Sunday).
Flights from Sønderborg to Copenhagen Airport: 7:00-7:40 (Monday-Friday); 7:45-8:25 (Saturday); 9:05-9:45 (Monday-Friday); 12:25-13:05 (Monday-Friday); 15:55-16:35 (Monday-Friday and Sunday); 18:15-18:55 (Monday-Friday and Sunday). This is the current time schedule (June 2002) and is subject to minor changes.
There are approx. 12 km from the airport of Sønderborg to the Sandbjerg Estate. Taxis are available, but if you notify us about your exact arrival time in advance, we will arrange for free transportation.
By train: Direct train from the airport and from the central railway station of Copenhagen to Sønderborg: Every second hour from 5:30 in the morning to 21:30 in the evening. The travel time is aprox. 3 hours and 45 minutes.
Direct train from Sønderborg to the central railway station of Copenhagen: Every second hour from 6:00 in the morning to 20:00 in the evening. The travel time is approx. 3 hours and 45 minutes. This is the current time schedule (June 2001) and is subject to minor changes.
There are approx. 7 km from the railway station of Sønderborg to the Sandbjerg Estate. Taxis are available, but if you notify us about your exact arrival time in advance, we will arrange for free transportation.
From the E45 southbound:
Take exit 71 (Kruså) towards Sønderborg (road no. 41). In Vester Sottrup, 7.6 km before Sønderborg, a sign on the left reads: Sandbjerg 3 km.
From the E45 northbound:
Take exit 75 (Kruså) towards Sønderborg (road no. 8). Driva via Kruså, Rinkenæs and Egernsund to Broager. From here, turn north towards Nybøl and Vester Sottrup where there is a sign which reads: Sandbjerg 3 km.
See the information map.
Do not hesitate to contact Jørgen Hoffmann-Jørgensen Jørgen Hoffmann-Jørgensen, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Aarhus, DK-8000 Aarhus C, tel +45 8942 3438, or the MaPhySto secretariat (at
email@example.com) for more information.
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