Lévy Lecture

A Levy speaker is invited and sponsored by Elsevier to give a lecture at the annual International Conference on Stochastic Processes and their Applications.

We are honored to announce that Professor Gérard Ben Arous, Director of the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at the New York University will present the Lévy Lecture at SPA 2013. The Lévy lecture is a plenary lecture presented at the annual SPA conference, sponsored by the journal Stochastic Processes and their Applications.

This year's conference SPA 2013, also known as the 36th Conference on Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, will be held on the campus of the University of Colorado, Boulder, USA from July 29 to August 2, 2013.

Previous Lévy lectures

  • Maria Eulália Vares (Istanbul 2012)
    Dependent percolation: some examples and multi-scale tools
  • Jean-François Le Gall (Oaxaca 2011)
    The Brownian map: A universal model for a random continuous surface
  • Claudio Landim (Osaka 2010)
    Metastability of Markov processes
  • Amir Dembo (Berlin 2009)
    Statistical mechanics on sparse random graphs
  • Alice Guionnet (Singapore 2008)
    Free Brownian motion and applications
  • Martin Barlow (Champaign-Urbana 2007)
    Random walks, percolation, and the random conductance model
  • Hans Föllmer (Paris 2006)
    Probabilistic approaches to the quantification of financial risk
  • Jean Bertoin (Santa Barbara 2005)
    Different aspects of model for random fragmentation processes
  • Wendelin Werner (Barcelona 2004)
    Brownian loop-soups, SLE and Conformal Field Theory
  • Frank den Hollander (Angra dos Reis 2003)
    Metastability under stochastic dynamics