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Venue


The workshop will take place at the Weierstrass Institute (WIAS), which is located in a historic building in the center of Berlin.

Address: Mohrenstraße 39, 10117 Berlin, Germany (Subway station Hausvogteiplatz).

Lecture room: ESH (ground floor)


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Program


The 3-day workshop will take place 02. - 04. November 2020. Mornings will be devoted to the minicourses, each one composed by three lectures, 90 minutes each.


On one evening there will be the poster session and a social event at Weierstrass Institute.


The program can be found here.
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Minicourses


François Baccelli (INRIA and ENS Paris and UT Austin):
Stochastic Geometry and the Dynamics of Communications
In this mini-course ...

Christian Hirsch (Groningen University):
Percolation and Large Deviations in Telecommunication Networks
In this mini-course ...


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Abstracts


Markus Heydenreich (LMU Munich)
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Mia Deijfen (Stockholm University)
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Bartek Błaszczyszyn (INRIA Paris)
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András Tóbiás (TU Berlin)
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Nataša Djurdjevac-Conrad (Zuse Institut Berlin)
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Günter Last (KIT Karlsruher)
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Poster session


The poster session will take place on one of the evenings, during the social event at WIAS Institute.

Titles and abstracts of the posters can be found here.


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Registration


Registration is not open yet.


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Contact


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: sgc20@wias-berlin.de .


Workshop on

Stochastic Geometry

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Communications

02 - 04 November 2020

WIAS
In the last decades, the theory of point processes, random tessellations, random graphs and stochastic dynamics has been applied very successfully to problems in many kinds of communication systems. Examples are numerous and range from data propagation, ad-hoc networks to typical communication cells, and much more. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers from different subfields of stochastic geometry and related research areas who are interested in applications in communication networks.

The scientific program features excellent european scientists with expertise ranging from numerical simulations to abstract point-process theory and beyond. WIAS can provide child-care support during the workshop upon request.

Organizers

Minicourse speakers

  • François Baccelli (INRIA and ENS Paris and UT Austin)
    "Stochastic Geometry and the Dynamics of Communications"
  • Christian Hirsch (Groningen University)
    "Percolation and Large Deviations in Telecommunication Networks"

Invited speakers