Department of Mathematics
The 23rd Finnish Summer School on Probability Theory
The 23rd Finnish Summer School on Probability Theory will be arranged at the
Mukkula manor in Lahti from June 4th to June 8th, 2001. The course program is
mainly made up of four series of lectures, about 6 h each. A couple of
lectures by some of the course attendants may also be held. The school, which
is arranged by the Finnish Graduate School in Stochastics, is financed by the
Academy of Finland through the Rolf Nevanlinna institute and there is no
The summer school begins on Monday June 4th at 1 p.m. Most people arrive a
little earlier, since lunch is served at 12 noon in the restaurant at the
Mukkula manor (Mukkulan kartanohotelli, Ritaniemenkatu 10, 15240 Lahti).
The school ends on Friday June 8th around 12 noon.
Accommodation can be reserved in the nearby summer hotel (Mukkulan
kesähotelli). Half pension with accommodation in a double room costs 185 FIM
per person and night, accommodation in a single room costs 255 FIM per person
and night. The payment is made on location in Lahti. Please mention at the
hotel reception if you wish to have a special diet or if you have other
special wishes. Registrations are due by May
Welcome to Lahti!
Robert J. Adler (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology), Stanislaw Kwapien (Warsaw), Ragnar Norberg
(London School of Economics) and Christophe Croux (Brussels)
Robert J. Adler: RANDOM FIELDS AND THEIR GEOMETRY
Christophe Croux: Robust multivariate methods
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