Interfaces in extreme value theory & Extreme ocean wave phenomena
Monday 9 September 2019, 9:00am to Wednesday 11 September 2019, 4:00pm
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Interfaces in extreme value theory & Extreme ocean wave phenomena workshops
Two day workshop at Lancaster University: 9-10 September 2019
The aim of this workshop is to foster discussions around the interfaces of probabilistic theory, statistical methodology and substantial applications in extreme value theory. The first day will consist of talks and discussions on the theory-methodology interface, while on the second day the focus will be the interface of methodology and applications. Further information can be found on the page below.
This two day workshop will be followed on 11 September by a one day event on Extreme ocean wave phenomena organised by Philip Jonathan.The aim of the workshop is to bring together mathematicians, statisticians, oceanographers and ocean engineers studying extreme ocean wave phenomena. Topics will include (a) experimental studies, and mathematical and statistical modelling of individual extreme wave events and interactions, (b) extreme value analysis of ocean storms in space and time, and (c) engineering impact of improved characterisation of extreme ocean environments. Further information can be found on the page below.
Please register for one or both of these events via the ticket options.
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The workshop will be hosted at the Postgraduate Statistics Centre (PSC) at Lancaster University
+44 1524 594150