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1999 Changsha Conference: 2nd Call

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CHEN ANYUE <[log in to unmask]>

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CHEN ANYUE <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 1 Feb 1999 19:15:26 GMT

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Dear Colleagues,

The 2nd announcement of the International Conference on Markov
Processes and Controlled Markov Chains (Changsha, China) follows.
Please note that there are some important changes in this 2nd call.
In particular, the conference is now (jointly) sponsored by the
Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability.

In response to many requests, the dead line for submitting
papers/extended abstracts has been extended to 15 March 1999.
The Web site of the conference is also included.

I would be most grateful if you could circulate this 2nd announcement
to your colleagues, students and associates.

With best wishes to you all!

Dr. Anyue Chen
Reader in Probability
School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences
University of Greenwich
Wellington Street, Woolwich
London SE18 6PF
UK
Tel. +44 (0)181 3318492
Fax +44 (0)181 3318665
E-mail: [log in to unmask]
 

  
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                         SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT


     INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MARKOV PROCESSES AND
                    CONTROLLED MARKOV CHAINS


            http://www.unisa.edu.au/maths/events/china.html


 August 22-28, 1999 to be held in Changsha, Hunan, China.


 Following IFORS meeting in Beijing, in August 1999 this workshop
 will be the first of its kind to be held in China. It recognises
the growing interest among the Chinese scholars in Markov Processes
and theirapplications as well as the need to expose their
contributions to theoverseas community of experts.

This will be a four day scientific meeting, followed by an optional
two day excursion to (Zhang Jia Jie), one of the (most) famous scenic
sites in China. The symposium has been scheduled in the week
following IFORS'99 Conference. Participants will have an opportunity
to hear state-of-the-art lectures on a wide range of topics in Markov
Processes and Controlled Markov Chains and to exchange ideas with
some of the world's leading experts in these subjects.

Sponsored by:

Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability
National Science Foundation of China
Changsha Railway University, China
University of South Australia

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LOCATION

All the sessions and the conference dinners will be held at the
magnificent hotels in the city center of Changsha. Changsha is the
capital city of Hunan Province, which enjoys a long history. The
famous Mawangdui tombs (built more than 2,000 years ago in the Han
Dynasty) have become the focus of world attention with their valuable
cultural relics. The city is situated between mountains and rivers,
flown on north by the Xiang River and sheltered on west by the Yuelu
Mountain, enjoys a picturesque natural beauty mixed with the unique
outlook of an ancient city. It is six-hour driving distance to the
most beautiful scenic spot ---Zhang Jia Jie National Park from
Changsha.

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PROGRAM

The four day technical program will consist of plenary sessions and
 presentations of invited and contributed papers. The topics include,
butare not limited to the following:

 * Continuous-time Markov chains and jump processes;
 * Stochastic analysis;
 * Interacting particle systems;
 * Super-processes;
 * Piecewise determined processes;
 * Markov renewal processes;
 * Coupling, dual and large deviations;
 * Applications of Markov processes;
 * Existence of optimal policies in Controlled Markov Chains;
 * Constrained Controlled Markov Chains;
 * Numerical schemes for Controlled Markov Chains;
 * Singularly perturbed Controlled Markov Chains;
 * Non-standard optimality criteria in Controlled Markov Chains;
 * Approximation of controlled diffusions by Controlled Markov
     Chains;
 * Applications of Controlled Markov Chains

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PLENARY LECTURES: The following international experts have
agreed to give plenary lectures at the workshop:

 * Prof. E. Dynkin (Cornell University, USA)
 * Prof. S. Watanabe (University of Kyoto, Japan)
 * Prof. A. Haurie (University of Geneva, Switzerland)
 * Prof. O. Hernandez-Lerma (CINVESTAV-IPN, Mexico)


 INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE (IPC) - Co-chaired by

Prof. Hou Zhenting (Changsha Railway University, China)
Prof. J.A. Filar (University of South Australia)
Dr Anyue Chen (University of Greenwich, UK).
Prof. L.H.Y. Chen (National University of Singapore)

The following international experts have agreed to serve on the
international program committee:

Prof. E. Dynkin (Cornell University, USA),
Prof. Shinzo Watanabe (University of Kyoto, Japan),
Prof. David Cox (Oxford University, UK),
Prof. Phil. Pollett (Queensland University, Australia,)
Prof. Ryszard Syski (University of Maryland, USA)
Prof. Erik Van Doorn (University of Twenti, The Netherland)
Prof. M. F. Neuts (University of Arizona,USA)
Prof. A. Shwartz (Technion, Israel)
Dr J-B Lasserre (LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France)
Prof. O. Hernandez-Lerma (CINVEZTAV-IPN, Mexico)
Prof. L. Kallenberg (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Prof. A.F. Veinott (Stanford University, USA)
Prof. S.I. Marcus (University of Maryland, USA)
Prof. A. Hordijk (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Prof. E. Altman (INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, France)
Prof. U. Rieder (Ulm University, Germany)
Prof. D. Krass (University of Toronto, Canada)
Prof. L. Thomas (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Prof. E. Feinberg (SUNY, USA)
Prof. U. Rothblum (Technion, Israel)
Prof. H. Puterman (UBC, Canada)
Prof. M. Roeckner (University Bielefeld, Germany)
Prof. P. Taylor (University of Adelaide, Australia)

Prof. Z. Wang (Shantou University, China)
Prof. Z. Ma (Academy of Science, China)
Prof. S. Yan (Beijing Normal University, China)
Prof. J. Yan (Academy of Science, China)
Prof. M. Chen (Beijing Normal University, China)
Prof. Lam Yeh (Chinese University of Hongkong)
Prof. Y. Dai (Zhongshan University, China)
Prof Y. Lin (Tsinghua University, China)
Prof. K. Liu (Academy of Science, China)
Prof. S. Wang (Academy of Science, China)
Prof. G. Hu (Nankai University, China)
Prof. R. Wu (Nankai University, China)
Prof. X. Yang (Hunan Normal University, China)


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LOCAL ORGANZING COMMITTEE (LOC) - Chaired by Prof. Hou Zhenting.

Members of (LOC) Local Organizing Committee:

Prof. S. Gu (President of Changsha Railway University, China)
Prof. X. Hu (CSRU, China)
Prof. J. Zou (CSRU, China)
Prof. Z. Liu (CSRU, China)
Prof. H. Zhang (CSRU, China)
Prof. G. Xiao (CSRU, China)
Mr. X. Fang (Secretary, CSRU, China)

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PUBLICATION

All accepted papers will be included in a volume of proceedings made
available to registered participants by the secretary of the
International Workshop.


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PAPERS

All papers, or extended abstracts, are to be submitted to the IPC
Co-Chairs, by March 15, 1999. In particular,

1. Papers from outside of China dealing with general Markov processes
    should be sent to:

           Dr Anyue Chen
           School of Computing & Mathematical Science
           University of Greenwich
           London SE18 6PF UK
           TEL: +44 (0)181 3318492
           Fax: +44 (0)181 3318665
           Email: [log in to unmask]


2. Papers from outside of China dealing with Controlled Markov Chains
    should be sent to:

  Professor Jerzy A. Filar
  Centre for Industrial and Applicable Mathematics
University of South Australia
The Levels Campus, Mawson Lakes
                  SA 5095, Australia
                  Fax: +61-8 8302-5785
E-mail: [log in to unmask]

 3. Papers from inside China dealing with any topic should be sent
     to:

            Professor Hou Zhenting
            Changsha Railway University
            Changsha, Hunan 410075, China
            Fax: 0731-5586475
            Email: [log in to unmask]

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REGISTRATION

Name:

Position:

Organisation:

Mailing Address:

Email:

Fax:

Will you present a paper?:


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Registration Fees: (includes copy of Proceedings)

Early Registration before 1st of April 1999:

Registrants from Overseas: US$250.00
Student Registrants from Overseas: US$150.00

Registrants from China: RMBY1000.00
Student Registrants from China: RMBY500.00


Registration after 1st of April 1999:

Registrants from Overseas: US$300.00
Student Registrants from Overseas: US$175.00
Registrants from China: RMBY1500.00
Student Registrants from China: RMBY800.00

Registration fee can be sent to:

Mr Xiaobin Fan (Workshop Secretary)
Secretary to Prof. Zhenting Hou
Changsha Railway University
Changsha, Hunan 410075
P.R. of China
Fax: +86-731 5586475
Email: [log in to unmask]








 




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