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Workshop on Stochastic and PDE Methods in Financial Mathematics
Posted: Feb 17, 2012 7:30 AM
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Institute of Mathematics of the National Academy of Sciences in
association with Yerevan State University and American University of
Armenia is organizing an international workshop in Stochastic and PDE
Methods in Financial Mathematics in September 7 - 12, 2012.

The objective with this workshop is to bring together experts in the
area of Partial Differential Equations and Stochastic Analysis,
working within Financial Mathematics to encourage and give an
opportunity to young mathematicians in the region, to initiate
contacts with experts in this area, and to stimulate contacts between
theoretical and applied science and financial companies of the region
having interests in development of mathematical modelling and
research.

The program of the workshop will consist of invited 50 minutes plenary
lectures and contributed 20 minutes talks, poster sessions as well as
short presentations.

For more details please visit the workshop's homepage at

http://math.sci.am/conference/sept2012/index.html


Contacts

E-mail: mathconf@gmail.com, mathconf@ysu.am
Web Page: http://math.sci.am/conference/sept2012/index.html
Fax: (+ 374 10) 524801

Address: Michael Poghosyan
Yerevan State University
Department of Mathematics and Mechanics
Alex Manoogian 1,
0025, Yerevan, Armenia.




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