One World Probability project
Welcome to the One World Probability project!
The One World Probability project is an online platform for research seminars, workshops and schools in probability theory. Started during the Covid-19 epidemic in 2020, the project intends to bring together researchers from all over the world in a virtual and inclusive environment. The project is a community wide initiative supported by the Bernoulli Society and the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. It runs the regular online One World Probability Seminar, and supports online workshops and schools.
The project has an experimental character. We will need to understand how to work with online tools and learn how to deal with the vulnerabilities and bottlenecks of online traffic. Please join us in the long journey ahead!
The project benefits from many volunteers from all over the world that help to chair seminar talks, organise schools, design websites (thanks to Andris Gerasimovics!) , etc.
Siva Athreya (Bengaluru)
Louigi Addario-Berry (Montreal)
Itaj Benjamini (Weizmann)
Nathanael Berestycki (Vienna)
Chris Burdzy (Seattle)
Ivan Corwin (New York)
Leif Döring (Mannheim)
Alison Etheridge (Oxford)
Christina Goldschmidt (Oxford)
Alice Guionnet (Lyon)
Milton Jara (Rio de Janeiro)
Andreas Kyprianou (Bath)
Zenghu Li (Beijing)
Jean-Christophe Mourrat (New York)
Adrián González Casanova (Mexico City and Berkeley) - co-chair
Alberto Chiarini (Padova) - co-chair