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Seminar "Applied Stochastic Models and Information Processes"
Seminar Applied Stochastic Models and Information Processes memorial seminar dedicated to the 60th birthday of Vladimir Kalashnikov
8-13 September 2002, Petrozavodsk, Russia

Kalashnikov

Aims of the seminar
Scientific programme
Organisers
Sponsors
Program Committee
Organizing committee
Local organizing committee
Abstracts and papers submission
Program schedule
Location
Accommodation
Social events
Tourist information
Registration
Participation of students
Important dates
Contact address


Aims of the seminar

In March 2001 Vladimir Kalashnikov unexpectedly passed away due to an embolism in his heart. He had been an active researcher in many fields of stochastics. In 2002 he could have celebrated his 60th birthday. This seminar is held in order to commemorate Vladimir Kalashnikov. The aim is to bring together scientists from all over the world and to discuss latest developments in particular in the fields where Vladimir Kalashnikov was active.


Scientific programme

The Programme of the Seminar will be concentrated on (but not restricted to) the following topics where Vladimir Kalashnikov successfully worked: stability, sensitivity, recurrency of stochastic processes; effective simulation; regenerative method; reliability theory; queueing theory; random summation; and ruin probability.

The following sessions will be organized:
  • Stability of stochastic processes
  • Regenerative method
  • Reliability theory
  • Effective simulation
  • Actuarial mathematics
  • Modeling of communication networks
  • In addition to specially invited talks, the programme committee will consider proposals for sessions and contributions of single talks.

    Working languages are English and Russian.


    Organisers

  • Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)
  • Institute for Information Transmission Problems RAS Moscow, Russia
  • Institute of Applied Mathematical Research (IAMR), Karelian Scientific Centre RAS, Petrozavodsk, Russia
  • Petrozavodsk State University, Russia
  • Laboratory of Actuarial Mathematics, Copenhagen University, Denmark


  • Sponsors

    Anticipated sponsors are as follows:
  • Russian Foundation for Basic Research
  • Russian Ministry of High Education
  • IEEE in Communications Society
  • Other sponsors are welcome.


    Program Committee

    Alexander Andronov
    Riga Technical University, Latvia
    Soren Asmussen
    Lund University, Sweden
    Dieter Baum
    University of Trier, Germany
    Jean-Louis Bon
    University of Lille, France
    Onno Boxma
    EURANDOM, The Netherlands
    Peter Glynn
    Stanford University, USA
    Jan Grandell
    Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
    Victor Korolev
    Moscow University, Russia
    Viatcheslav Melas
    Saint-Petersburg University, Russia
    Evsey Morozov, co-chair
    IAMR and Petrozavodsk University, Russia
    Marcel Neuts
    The University of Arizona, USA
    Ragnar Norberg
    London School of Economics, UK
    Ilkka Norros
    VTT Information Technology, Helsinki, Finland
    Reuven Rubinstein
    Technion, Haifa, Israel
    Vladimir Rykov, co-chair
    Russian State University of Oil and Gaz, Moscow, Russia
    Hanspeter Schmidli, co-chair
    Copenhagen University, Denmark
    Richard Serfozo
    Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
    Hermann Thorisson
    Reykjavik University, Iceland
    Gurami Tsitsiashvili
    Institute of Applied Mathematics, Far Eastern Branch of RAS, Vladivistok, Russia
    Vladimir Vishnevski
    Institute for Information Transmission Problems RAS, Moscow, Russia


    Organizing committee

    Nikolay Kuznetsov, chair
    Institute for Information Transmission Problems RAS
    Vladimir Mazalov, co-chair
    Institute of Applied Mathematical Research
    Vasiliy Sedunov
    Institute for Information Transmission Problems RAS
    Vladimir Vishnevski
    Institute for Information Transmission Problems RAS


    Local organizing committee

    Vladimir Mazalov, chair
    Institute of Applied Mathematical Research
    Irina Aminova, secretary
    Petrozavodsk State University
    Natalya Dorshakova
    Petrozavodsk University
    Evsey Morozov, co-chair
    Institute of Applied Mathematical Research
    Anatoly Sorokin
    Institute of Applied Mathematical Research
    Vladimir Vdovitsyn
    Institute of Applied Mathematical Research
    Yuri Pavlov
    Institute of Applied Mathematical Research


    Abstracts and papers submission

    If you wish to present a talk, please send an extended abstract of the talk (in a LATEX or TEX file) before April 1, 2002 to Evsey Morozov.

    Acceptance of talks will be announced by June 1, 2002.

    Extended abstracts of the accepted talks will be published in seminar proceedings.

    In addition, the program committee will invite some of these authors to publish a full paper. These (and specially invited) papers will be published in special issues of "Queueing Systems" and "Journal of Mathematical Sciences". The papers submitted for publication will be refereed following the usual standards of these leading international journals.

    Deadline for paper submission is December 31, 2002.


    Program schedule

    The program is submitted on September 5, 2002.


    Location

    Petrozavodsk, the capital of the Republic of Karelia, is situated on the shores of great and beautiful Onego Lake, 400 km to the North from Saint-Petersburg. The city is the largest University and cultural centre in the North-West Russia.
    There are 3 (one hour) flights Helsinki- Petrozavodsk per week. Moreover, Petrozavodsk has excellent transport connections with Saint-Petersburg and Moscow (comfortable night trains). The climate conditions are close to those of South Finland.


    Accommodation

    It is assumed that the Seminar will be held at the hotel "Kalevala", 30 km from Petrozavodsk.


    Social events

    The social events will include a welcome party, a conference dinner and two excursions (famous Kizhi island and the waterfall Kivatch).


    Tourist information

    It is convenient that our tourist partner ("Avia-Retro tour") can organize meeting and an excursion in Saint-Petersburg if you go via SP. Moreover, they supply you with (local) train tickets or if you wish the company will organize a comfortable bus to go to Petrozavodsk (about 8 hours). To inform us which way you prefer, please contact directly director Mr. Piter Bernikov by e-mail: (PHONE: 8142- 78 19 33).
    If you prefer, we could contact Mr.Bernikov.


    Registration

    If you would like to participate please inform:
    Evsey Morozov
    and
    Nataly Grechishkina

    Include the following information:
    1. Name
    2. Title of talk
    3. Position and work address
    4. Phone/fax No (work and home)
    5. E-mail address
    Moreover, if possible please tell which mentioned section(s) is the most acceptable for you.

    Conference fee is USD 150. It is possible to pay upon arrival.


    Participation of students

    The organisers wish to encourage students to attend the conference. To that effect, we consider a possibility to reduce seminar fee and appartment price.


    Important dates

    February 1, 2002: Second announcement
    April 1, 2002: Deadline for abstract submission
    June 1, 2002: Acceptance of talks is announced; deadline for registration
    September 8, Sunday: Arrival day
    September 9: First day of the seminar
    September 13, Friday: Departure day
    December 31, 2002: Deadline for full paper submission.


    Contact address

    Questions can be directed to:
    Evsey Morozov
    and
    Nataly Grechishkina