Sándor Csörgő (1947 - 2008) was a professor in mathematics at the Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged. He had a diverse research interest in the area of probability theory and mathematical statistics. One of his most important mathematical legacies is his work on empirical processes. He was a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He published 159 research papers, two monographs, and one textbook.
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|11:00-11:25||Vilmos Totik: Harmonic measures and random walks|
|11:25-11:50||László Györfi: Iterated and sequential St.Petersburg games|
|11:50-12:15||István Berkes: Random walks on the circle and Diophantine approximation|
|13:15-13:40||Péter Kevei: Darling-Kac type theorems in the semistable case|
|13:40-14:05||László Viharos: Generalized Rényi statistics|
|14:05-14:30||Gyula Pap: Asymptotic behavior of supercritical multi-type continuous state and continuous time branching processes with immigration|
|14:40-15:05||Péter Major: Non-central limit theorems for non-linear functionals of vector valued Gaussian stationary random fields|
|15:05-15:30||Bálint Tóth: Central Limit Theorem for the Random Lorentz-Gas - Beyond the Boltzmann-Grad Limit|
|16:00-16:25||László Hatvani: Stability problems for second order linear differential equations with random coefficients|
|16:25-16:50||David Mason: Stochastic compactness of two-sided exit times|
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