SMS scnews item created by Rafal Kulik at Fri 16 Mar 2007 1102
Type: Seminar
Modified: Fri 16 Mar 2007 1438; Fri 7 Dec 2007 1006
Distribution: World
Expiry: 12 Dec 2007
Calendar1: 10 Dec 2007 0900-1700
CalLoc1: Carslaw 173
Calendar2: 11 Dec 2007 0900-1700
CalLoc2: Carslaw 173
Calendar3: 12 Dec 2007 0900-1700
CalLoc3: Carslaw 173
Auth: rkuli(.ststaff;2434.3001)

Workshop -- Recent advances in asymptotic probability and statistics


 Recent advances in asymptotic probability and statistics 

 with time series applications 

 University of Sydney, 10-12 December 2007 


The School of Mathematics and Statistics of The University of Sydney, is organizing a
workshop on recent advances in asymptotic probability and statistics.  The workshop will
be held at the University of Sydney, Australia, Darlington Campus, Carslaw Building,
Room 173.  

The aim of the workshop is to present recent advances and streams of research in such
topics like strong approximations, self-normalization, asymptotic expansions,
saddlepoint approximations and limit theorems for independent and weakly or strongly
dependent random variables.  

There will a short series of lectures Detecting changes in time series models given by
Lajos Horvath (University of Utah) 

Speakers include: 

 * William Dunsmuir (University of New South Wales) * Bing-Yi Jing (Hong Kong University
of Science and Technology) * Jan Mielniczuk (Polish Academy of Sciences) * Spiridon
Penev (University of New South Wales) * Barry Quinn (Macquarie University) * John
Robinson (University of Sydney) * Qiying Wang (University of Sydney) * Rodney Wolff
(Queensland University of Technology) 

We encourage postgraduate students and postdoctoral fellows especially to participate
and present their work in the areas covered by our workshop.  There is no registration
fee.  Prospective participants from AMSI member institutions may be also eligible for
AMSI funded support for their travel expenses, and should consult their head of

Organizing Committee 

 * Rafal Kulik 

 * Qiying Wang 

 * Neville Weber 

For enquiries contact  

The event is sponsored by The University of Sydney and AMSI.  

The webpage of the workshop

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