Extremes, risk, climate and environment seminars

    This seminars series is dealing with the topic of the mathematics applied to extremes, risk, climate and environment. As one aim of this seminar series is to openly cross-pollinate research on extreme values, the organizers also welcome suggestions of speakers from anyone. So, feel free to drop names suggestions to the organizers.

    The seminar will take place at the Jussieu campus of Sorbonne University or at the LSCE of Universite Paris Saclay and on Zoom with permanent link, pwd ERCE2022 (temporary Zoom link for May 10 Albrecher's talk below).

    Past seminars
    - May 30 14h-15h, A. Bücher (Universität Düsseldorf),
    Title : On the Sliding Block Maxima Method in Extreme Value Statistics
    Slides and recording

    May 10 14h-15h, Hansjoerg Albrecher (Lausanne University)
    Title: On Some Recent Developments in Flood Risk Modeling
    - March 23 14h-15h, Gilles Stupfler (ENSAI, Rennes)
    Title: Asymmetric least squares techniques for extreme risk assessment
    Slides and recording

    - March 7-18, at IHP Paris 2 week graduate classes (website) with lectures by
    Prof. Anja Janßen, Prof. Daniela Casto Camilo and Prof. Valérie Chavez
    - February 16 14h – 15h, Anne Sabourin (TélécomParis),
    Title: Cross-validation for rare events
    - February 4 14h-15h: Gloria Buriticá (Sorbonne University)
    Title: Stable sums to infer high return levels of multivariate rainfall time series
    - January 18 11h30 - 12h30: Maud Thomas (LPSM, Paris)
    Title : Non-asymptotic bounds for probability weighted moments estimators
    - December 1, 14h-15h: Ioannis Papastathopoulos (Edinburgh University)
    Title: Statistical modelling of time series extremes.
    Slides and recording

    - November 24, 14h-15h: Marco Oesting (Stuttgart University)
    Title: Estimation of the spectral measure from convex combinations of regularly varying random vectors.

    The organizing committee, i.e.
    - Philippe Naveau (LSCE, Gif)
    - Maud Thomas (LPSM, Sorbonne Université)
    - Olivier Wintenberger (LPSM, Sorbonne Université)