New Trends in Stochastic Analysis (23w5060)


Fabrice Baudoin (University of Connecticut)

(Texas A&M)

Cheng Ouyang (University of Illinois at Chicago)

(Purdue University)


Probability theory is the mathematical theory concerned with the analysis of random phenomena. Many of such phenomena that continuously evolve in time may mathematically be modeled by stochastic processes or random fields. Stochastic analysis is an active branch of probability theory that provides a wide range of tools to study those processes and fields.
The workshop \textit{New trends in stochastic analysis} intends to bring together worldwide renowned experts in stochastic analysis and junior researchers in order to identify fundamental future research directions and to facilitate inter-generational exchange.