One World Extremes Seminar

Welcome to the 

One World Extremes Seminar!

Inspired by the One World Probability Project and supported by the Bernoulli Society, the One World Extremes Seminar is an initiative to keep researchers with an interest in Extreme Value Theory (EVT) virtually connected in novel ways. It features both theoretical advances and important applications of EVT.

How it works

Seminars take place on a (roughly) monthly basis.  Upcoming talks can be found here and in the schedule below, which will be updated regularly. 

Further practicalities (including the log-in link) are detailed here.

Next seminar: 

XX XX 2024 

(XX:00 UTC) = (XX:00 Paris) = (XX:00 New York) = (XX:00 Sydney)

Next Speaker TBC (TBC)

Title TBC

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Log-in link

Upcoming seminars and abstracts: 

Please click here or see the calendar below.

The calendar below has been created in UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). 

The timezone displayed depends on the settings of your device. When synchronized with your google calendar, it will be your local time.


Thomas Opitz (INRAE, Avignon)

Kate Saunders (Monash University)

Emma Simpson (University College London)

Stilian Stoev (University of Michigan) 

Kirstin Strokorb (Cardiff University) - past organiser, now technical advice

Gilles Stupfler (ENSAI) - newsletter editor

Past organisers - Thank you!

Raphaël Huser (KAUST)

Natalia Nolde  (UBC Vancouver)

Marco Oesting (University of Stuttgart) 

Yizao Wang (University of Cincinnati)

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