Lectures for PhD Students (EM2PSI)
Times series for population dynamics and econometrics.
Master of Mathematics
Models of non linear time series.
ECODEP lectures in the Master of Mathematics
A Research oriented course will be opened to EcoDep oriented students within the frame of the Master of Mathematics in CYU, supported by EcoDep. It consists into 4 minicourses (2⨯2:30hours) in November, December, January and February. A memorandum will be used to rate the students.
are planned on Mondays
(depending on time zones of the speaker),
each minicourse will last 2 consecutive weeks (in presence or with Zoom).
Please connect before for online lectures by using Zoom Calendar and those lectures will be recorded on the Ecodep YouTube channel.
- November 16 & 23, 2020: 15-17:30, Thierry Huillet (LPTM, CYU): Markov chains for population genetics and population dynamics. on Zoom. Lecture 1, see Amaury Lambert (2008) Population Dynamics and Random Genealogies, Stochastic Models, 24:1, 45—163. DOI: 10.1080/15326340802437728 for the first lecture, and Lecture 2-I, Lecture 2-II, and Neuts, M. F. (1994) An interesting random walk on the non-negative integers. J. Appl. Probab., 31, 48-58, for the second lecture.
- November 30 & December 7, 2020: 16-18:30, Victor de la Pena (Columbia, New-York): Self normalized sums and Taylor's laws, on Zoom.
- January 2020, Alejandra Cabana (UAB Barcelona): Integer valued time series for epidemiology.
- February 2020, Gilles Durrieu (UBS, Vannes): Time series for biodiversity.
Modeling of abundance in ecology / Modeling in population dynamics / Self-normalization & Taylor's law / Space-time models / Time series with covariates / High dimensional time series / Isotonicity / Dependence of random processes / Time series for biodiversity / Non-stationary time series / Partly observed processes / Point processes for ecology / Structural breaks / Econometric methods in ecology / Modeling in genomics.