SZYMON PESZAT Curriculum vitae

General information: Last name: Peszat. First name: Szymon. Born: 26.11.1961 in Cracow, Poland. Polish citizen.


Telephone: (+48)126647525

FAX: (+48)126646675

E-mail address: napeszat[AT]



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Research interests: Stochastic PDEs, stochastic fluid mechanics, statistical mechanics, Lévy processes, large deviations, stochastic control.

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Beside of talks on workshops and international conferences I have been given seminars in the following universities: University of Macau, Xuzhou Normal University, Institute of Applied Mathematics, Academy of Mathematics and System Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, Centre Interfacultaire Bernoulli, EPF Lausanne, Swiss (a series of two lectures), University of Hull*, Imperial College* (London probability seminars and London analysis seminars), University of Warwick, University of York, University of Loughborough* (Stochastic analysis seminar and East Midlands stochastic analysis seminar), University of Sydney, University of New South Wales* (Sydney), University of Swansea, Humboldt University (Berlin), University of Paris 1 (Sorbona), University of Paris 13*, University of Nancy*, University of Basel, Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences* (Prague), Nanjing Normal University (China), Huazhong University of Science and Technology (Wuhan, China), Tsinghua University (Beijing), Brown University (Providnce, USA), University of Warsaw*, University of Torun, University of Lublin, Jagiellonian University*, Technical University of Wrocław.

   *several times  

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