Monday, 31st March and Tuesday, 1st April are devoted to two lectures :
 L1: "Some classical problems in random geometry" by P. CALKA
 L2: "Statistics for spatial point processes" by J.F. COEURJOLLY
Timetable, 31st March: 9:0010:30 (L2) / 10:4512:15 (L1) / 14:0015:30 (L2) / 15:4517:15 (L1)
Timetable, 1st April: 9:0010:30 (L1) / 10:4512:15 (L2) / 14:0015:30 (L1) / 15:4517:15 (L2)
Conference programme
Youri's day, 2nd April: IRIIRCICA amphitheater (➜ Campus CNRS Haute Borne )

9:309:45 
Welcome 
9:4510:30 
I. IBRAGIMOV: "Non parametric estimation problems for Poisson random field"

10:3011:00 
Coffee 
11:0011:45 
Z. SHI: "Favorite sites of biased random walks on trees" 
11:4512:30 
N. SMORODINA: "Limit theorems for symmetric random walks and probabilistic approximation of the Cauchy problem solution for Schrödinger type evolution equations" 
Lunch 
14:1515:00 
M. LIFSHITS: "Taut strings accompanying Wiener process" 
15:0015:45 
S. ZUYEV: "Segment recombinations and random sharing models" 
15:4516:15 
Coffee 
16:1517:00 
R. LACHIEZE REY: "Voronoi approximation of sets" 
17:0017:30 
Talk in honour of Youri DAVYDOV 
17:30 
Coktail 
Thursday, 3rd April: IRIIRCICA amphitheater (➜ Campus CNRS Haute Borne )

9:009:40 
S. ROELLY: "Equilibrium states of systems of Brownian balls" 
9:4010:20 
C. DOMBRY: "Strong mixing properties of maxstable random fields"

10:2011:00 
Coffee 
11:0011:40 
R. WAAGEPETERSEN: "Quasilikelihood for spatial point processes" 
11:4012:20 
M.N.M. VAN LIESHOUT: "A spectral mean for point sampled closed curves" 
Lunch 
14:2015:00 
JB. GOUÉRÉ: "Continuous first percolation and continuous greedy paths" 
15:0015:40 
CH. HIRSCH: "Stationary Appolonian packings" 
15:4016:20 
Coffee 
16:2017:00 
Z. KABLUCHKO: "Some applications of Gaussian processes to intrinsic volumes" 
17:00 
GdR's discussion 
19:30 
Social dinner 
Friday, 4th April: IRIIRCICA amphitheater (➜ Campus CNRS Haute Borne )

9:009:40 
F. DAVID: "Planar maps, circle patterns, conformal point processes and 2D gravity"

9:4010:20 
E. SCHERTZER:
"Graphical representation of voter model perturbations: the Brownian net with killing"

10:2011:00 
Coffee 
11:0011:40 
F. MATHIEU: "Can P2P networks be superscalable ?" 
11:4012:20 
M. HEYDENREICH: "Random walks on critical percolation clusters" 
Lunch 