The aim of the conference is to present results and methods related to the interconnection between Probability and nonlocal PDEs and to outline further directions of their cooperation and mutual impact. Nonlocal PDEs inspired by the sciences are often derived from models investigated by probabilists. Probabilistic methods are increasingly used for the study of (nonlocal) PDEs. Moreover, Probability is nowadays also becoming a beneficiary of results about PDE problems, that in turn give rise to new questions in PDEs.
The meeting is open to everyone and will provide an opportunity for established as well as early career researchers to present their recent results. All external participants except the invited speakers need to register and are subject to a registration fee of £30 (that will cover lunches and coffee breaks). Limited funds are available to contribute to expenses of UK postgraduate students whose fee will be waived. Registration deadlines to: