9th Workshop on Stochastic Analysis on Large Scale Interacting Systems 本文へジャンプ

About the Symposium
We are pleased to inform that 9th workshop on Stochastic Analysis on Large Scale Interacting Systems will be held from 13th to 17th, September, 2010 at the University of Tokyo (Komaba campus) as a satellite meeting of 34th Conference of Stochastic Processes and their Applications to be held in Osaka. We welcome all, who are interested in this workshop, to come to Tokyo and participate.



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  • (University of Tokyo, Tokyo)
  • (Kyushu University, Fukuoka)
  • (Shinshu University, Matsumoto)

Invited Speakers

Every name above links to a pdf file of the title and abstract.
We will distribute a small booklet of abstracts at the meeting hall.

Hotels (near Komaba campus)
We ask all participants (including from foreign countries) to book hotels by themselves. The department of mathematical science, the University of Tokyo, is placed near Shibuya, one of the biggest town in Tokyo. It takes about 20 minutes on foot from central Shibuya (unfortunately it is not very simple). The closest railway station is Komaba Todai-mae which is located almost inside the university campus. It takes about 3 minutes from Shibuya to Komaba Todai-mae station (Keio Inokashira line, 120 yen).
We recommend to book a hotel near the university, for example, Komaba, Shibuya, Shinjuku (the biggest town, 10minutes from Shibuya), or around Yamanote zone, or along Keio Inokashira line (Kichijoji is also a good choice, it takes 18 minutes).
CAUTION: The main campus of the University of Tokyo places at Hongo. Math department is NOT THERE.

Unfortunately the railway map of Tokyo could not be too simple... look at the left-bottom corner of the central circle line for Shibuya, right edge for Narita Airport.

Examples of Hotels

Outer sites for Hotel booking

Supports provided by and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grant-in-Aid for
  • Scientific Research (S) (PI: Y. Giga)
  • Scientific Research (A) (PI: T. Funaki)
  • Scientific Research (B) (PI: H. Osada)
  • Exploratory Research (PI: T. Funaki)
PI: Principal Investigator