Northwest Probability Seminar

The Eighth Northwest Probability Seminar

In Memory of RON PYKE

October 22, 2006

Supported by the Pacific Institute for Mathematical Sciences,
Milliman Fund and Department of Mathematics, University of Washington

The Birnbaum Lecture in Probability will be delivered by Robert Adler (Technion, Haifa) in 2006.

Northwest Probability Seminars are one-day mini-conferences held at the University of Washington and organized in collaboration with the Oregon State University, the University of British Columbia, the University of Oregon, and the Theory Group at the Microsoft Research. There is no registration fee. Participants are requested to contact Chris Burdzy ( ) in advance so that adequate facilities may be arranged for.

The Scientific Committee for the NW Probability Seminar 2006 consists of Chris Burdzy (U Washington), Zhenqing Chen (U Washington), David Levin (U Oregon), Ed Perkins (U British Columbia), and Ed Waymire (Oregon State U).

The talks will take place in Savery 239 and 241. See the map of north-central campus for the location of Savery Hall and Padelford Hall (the Department of Mathematics is in the Padelford Hall). More campus maps are available at the UW Web site.

Parking on UW campus is free on Sundays.