UK Easter Probability Meeting

Stochastic modelling of complex systems

30 March – 3 April 2020

The University of Manchester

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Manchester will host the UK Easter Probability Meeting, a week-long workshop on probability and its applications, with three minicourses, 12 invited talks and opportunities for contributed talks from early-career researchers.


Minicourse Speakers
Nathanaël Berestycki (University of Vienna)
Dimers and imaginary geometry
Alison Etheridge (University of Oxford)
Mathematical models from population genetics
Nathan Ross (University of Melbourne)
Stein's method and applications
Invited Speakers


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.


Registration is not yet open.

Conference dinner

There will be a conference dinner on Wednesday at no extra charge.

Contributed talks and posters

There is an opportunity for early-career researchers and research students to present a short talk or a poster. Space for the short talks is limited, and participants will be selected based on their proposed abstracts. Participants selected to present a short talk will receive financial support for their attendance and have the conference fee waived.


Funding is available to support the attendance of UK research students, and to pay for caring costs. This is limited and will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.


The organising committee is:

If you have any questions, please email the committee.

This meeting is funded by EPSRC and LMS.