BGSMath organizes a number of activities of different nature during the academic year. These include training activities like advanced graduate courses or Junior meetings. Likewise, BGSMath faculty members organize or collaborate in the organization of numerous international workshops and conferences.
Our objective is to put together two communities apparently disconnected, and settle common interests and goals.
Two courses: Some stochastic models in eco-evolution, by S. Méléard & Topology of zero sets of smooth random Gaussian functions, by M. Sodin.