The 43rd Midwest Probability Colloquium

October 20-22, 2022

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

(Conference Poster)


General Information Travel Accommodations
Financial Support and Reimbursement Conference Abstracts Past MPC Research Speakers
Conference Schedule Useful Information Past MPC Tutorial Speakers
Online Registration Women in Probability  Mailing List




General Information

The 43rd Midwest Probability Colloquium (MPC43) will be held at Northwestern University
on October 20-22, 2022.

 
  Tutorial Program (October 20)

      Ioana Dumitriu (University of California, San Diego) (Two Lectures)


 
Research Program (October 21-22)

      Robin Pemantle (University of Pennsylvania (Two Lectures)             
           

      Tom Hutchcroft (California Institute of Technology)           

      Xin Sun (University of Pennsylvania)           


      Dapeng Zhan (Michigan State University           


     


 Scientific Committee
 
           Antonio Auffinger (Northwestern University)
           Elton Hsu (Northwestern University)
           Greg Lawler (University of Chicago)
           Tai Melcher (University of Virginia)
        
          
  Sponsors

	National Science Foundation

	Northwestern University


 
Travel
Please visit Northwestern University Travel Guide for general travel information.
	
If you drive to the conference and would like to park on the Northwestern University campus, please
obtain daily parking permits at Math Department Main Office on the second floor of Lunt Hall (2033
Sheridan Road).


Accommodations

Visit this website for Evanston area hotels. Please also consider local Airbnb possibilities.

THE DEMAND FOR LOCAL ACCOMMODATION IS VERY HIGH IN GENERAL DURING THE TIME OF
THE CONFERENCE. WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE THE PARTICIPANTS TO BOOK THEIR ROOMS AS
EARLY AS POSSIBLE.


Participants who receive financial support from the conference should pay their hotel bills 
and submit the receipts for hotel and other expenses together with the Visitor's Expense Report
within 30 days after the close of the conference for reimbursement up to the amount of the 
promised financial support. 


Financial Support   

We have received secured funding from the National Science Foundation and Northwestern University
to provide financial assistance to graduate students, younger investigators (Ph.D after May 15, 2016),
and researchers without alternative sources of financial support for attending the conference.
Typically we can supplement travel and lodging expenses in the $400-$800 range per participant,
depending on priority, needs, and the number of requests for financial assistance.

In order to receive financial support you must register online and indicate on the registration
form that you would like to receive financial support. A registration must be completed before
September 23rd, 2022 for a full consideration. Other factors being equal, the funds will be distributed
according to the chronological order in which the requests are received. Please note that in
accordance with NSF regulations only flights on US flag air carriers will be reimbursed.

A current graduate student needs to confirm you status by asking your academic adviser to send a
brief letter of reference by email to the local organizer Elton Hsu

For reimbursement, download this package, in which you will find the complete information for submitting your
receipts and the Visitor's Expense Report for reimbursement. Submit them by email to: John Mocek
(john.mocek@northwestern.edu) or by regular mail within 30 days after the close of the conference to:
Reimbursement Processing, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University, 2033 Sheridan Road, Evanston,
IL 60208. Any questions about reimbursement can be directed to the department finance assistant John Mocek at
the above email address or by calling (+1) 847 491 8017.



Other Useful Information

     Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University
      Northwestern University     
      City of Chicago

 

Mailing List
 
 
If you want to be on the e-mailing list of the annual Midwest Probability Colloquium at Northwestern
University, please send a message to the MPC e-mailing list coordinator.




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Last Updated -- August, 2022.