many real world applications. The aim of this school is to introduce PhD students and young
post-docs to some recent developments in this field. The core of the school consists of
two mini courses, each consisting of five 90-minute lectures by
Peter Mörters (Köln): Scale-free random geometric graphs.
Mathew Penrose (Bath): Connectivity and components of random Euclidean graphs.
There will also be some invited talks in the general topic area of the school. In addition,
participants, in particular PhD students, are encouraged to deliver short talks of 10min to
introduce themselves and their research interests.
Here is the programme booklet of the spring school
(you will receive a printed copy at your registration):
The spring school is primarily aimed at PhD studens and postdocs, but everybody
is welcome to attend. Participants will be given the opportunity to deliver contributed talks.
The school is a continuation of the Spring schools
|"Complex Networks"||March 2-6, 2020|
|"Selected topics in stochastic geometry "||February 25 - March 1, 2019|
|"Spin Systems: Discrete and Continuous "||March 19-23, 2018|
|"Probability in mathematics and physics "||March 27-31, 2017|
|"Geometric models in probability"||April 4 - 8, 2016|
|"Stochastic Analysis of Spatially Extended Models"||March 23 - 27, 2015|
|"Spatial Models in Statistical Mechanics"||February 24 - 28, 2014|
held at TU Darmstadt.
The event will take place under a 2G+ regulation. I.e. either
- a booster vaccination or
- [(double) vaccination or recent recovery (within the last 6 months)] and a daily updated test
This is possibly additional to any hygiene and safety rules in force by law at the time
of the school.
Frank Aurzada (Darmstadt)
Volker Betz (Darmstadt)
Matthias Meiners (Gießen)
DFG Priority Programme
SPP 2265: Random geometric systems