Seminar on Stochastic Processes (SSP) 2014
University of California at San Diego (UCSD), March 26-29

Group Photo,   Photo Credit: Krzysztof Burdzy
The Seminar on Stochastic Processes will be held at the University of California at San Diego on March 26-29, 2014. The invited speakers will be Rodrigo Bañuelos (Kai Lai Chung Lecturer), Sandra Cerrai, Neil O'Connell, Sebastien Roch, and Ramon van Handel. Vladas Sidoravicius will give tutorial lectures in the afternoon of Wednesday, March 26, the day before the main SSP program begins. The program will also include a poster session on Thursday afternoon, before which the poster presenters will give very brief talks. There will also be an open problem session on Friday afternoon. The conference will end by noon on Saturday.


Here is a link to the conference schedule. The exact location of the talks has been emailed to registered participants.


The Scientific Program for the Seminar on Stochastic Processes will consist of the following activities:

Hotel Information


You can register for the Seminar on Stochastic Processes by filling out the form here.
There is no registration fee, but all participants are expected to register.
The conference is not open to the general public.

Driving/Parking Directions and Campus Map

Here is a link to a map of the UCSD campus.
Here is a link to instructions for parking on campus.
One option for getting from the airport to your hotel is to take the Cloud 9 Shuttle. Taxis are also available at the airport.
To get a taxi from UCSD to the airport, call 619-234-6161 (Yellow Cab).

Conference Banquet

A conference banquet will take place on Thursday, March 27, at the UCSD Faculty Club. The cost of the dinner will be $55. Information about how to pay for the dinner will be sent to registered participants. The last day to pay for the dinner is March 23.

Financial Support

We have received funds from the National Science Foundation to support some participants who wish to attend the conference. Priority will be given to new researchers as well as women and others from underrepresented groups. (The deadline for applying for funding was February 7.)

Partial support from the Charles Lee Powell foundation and from the Chung family is also gratefully acknowledged.


This meeting is co-sponsored by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.

Local Organizers

The local organizers for the conference are Patrick Fitzsimmons, Amber Puha, Jason Schweinsberg, and Ruth Williams.
If you have any questions about the conference, please direct them, by email, to Jason Schweinsberg at