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Third P@W Young Researchers Workshop

This week the Warwick Department of Statistics played
host to over 30 young researchers from the UK and further
afield at the third “Probability at Warwick Young
Researchers Workshop”. The workshop was built around two
lecture courses given by two of the most distinguished
probabilists worldwide: David Aldous, who described “One
methodology for random graphs and random networks”, and
Tom Kurtz, speaking on “Separation of time scales and
averaging of fast subsystems for stochastic chemical
reactions”. There were also many excellent talks given by
the participants as well.

The meeting received funding from the Warwick University
Institute of Advanced Study and the London Mathematical
Society.
http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/statistics/paw/paw2009