Lévy processes and random walks

A workshop in celebration of Ron Doney's 80th birthday

(26-28 July, 2022)

The University of Manchester

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Manchester will host the meeting on Levy processes and random walks, a three day-long workshop on Levy processes random and related areas, with 24 invited talks and opportunities to present posters. This workshop will celebrate 80th birthday of Ron Doney

Invited speakers

Jean Bertoin (University of Zurich)
Nick Bingham (Imperial)
Francesco Caravenna (Universita degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca)
Loic Chaumont (University of Angers)
Ron Doney (University of Manchester)
Nathalie Eisenbaum (Universite Paris 6)
Alison Etheridge (University of Oxford)
Sonia Fourati (LPSM)
Christina Goldschmidt (University of Oxford)
Priscilla Greenwood (University of British Columbia)
Claudia Kluppelberg (Technische Universitat Munchen)
Andreas Kyprianou (University of Bath)
Alili Larbi (University of Warwick)
Ross Maller (Australian National University)
Pierre Patie (Cornell University)
Phil Pollett (University of Queensland)
Victor Rivero(CIMAT)
Mladen Savov (Sofia University ”St Kliment of Ohrid”)
Thomas Simon (Universite de Lille)
Stavros Vakeroudis (Athens University of Economics and Business)
Vitali Wachtel (University of Bielefeld)
Andrew Wade (Durham University)
Jon Warren (University of Warwick)
Matthias Winkel (University of Oxford)


The meeting will take place in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Manchester.

Alan Turing Building is building 46 on the Campus Map. For more details on reaching the venue, please see Maps and Travel.

The room has stepless access.


The conference will be run in hybrid mode with talks given either offline or online. The participants can also participate either in person or online. There is an opportunity for early-career researchers and research students to present a poster. We have limited support for some participants presenting posters with preference given to EPSRC funded students. The deadline for abstract submission is Tuesday 31st of May and decisions about the financial support will be communicated by Friday 3rd of June.

Registration is free but mandatory. To register, please follow the link Registration . Please note that the number of places is limited.


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