Symposium in Honour of Adrian Baddeley

7-8 November 2013 at Department of Mathematics, Aarhus University

The scientific programme starts Thursday 7 November at 10 a.m. and ends Friday afternoon around 4 p.m.


All talks take place in Auditorium G1, Building 1532, room 215, Department of Mathematics, Aarhus University

Scope of the symposium

The Rector of Aarhus University has 1 June 2013 awarded Professor Adrian Baddeley, Perth, an honorary Professorship in Statistics. With this title, the university wishes to honour Adrian Baddeley as an internationally highly estimated researcher. The honorary professorship is also a recognition of a fruitful and constructive collaboration with a number of scientists from CSGB.


To celebrate, a symposium in honour of Adrian Baddeley will be arranged 7-8 November 2013. The focus of the symposium will be on spatial point processes.


As part of the symposium, Adrian Baddeley will give an inaugural lecture 7 November at 2 p.m. This lecture will be followed by an official reception.


Inaugural Lecture

Adrian Baddeley (University of Western Australia, Perth): Joining the dots - statistics for spatial point processes

Invited speakers

Jean-Francois Coeurjolly (Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann, Grenoble): Variational approach for spatial point process intensity estimation

David Dereudre (Laboratoire Paul Painlevé, Lille): Gibbsian germ-grain models

Frédéric Lavancier (Université de Nantes): Determinantal point process models and statistical inference: Theoretical aspects

Tomás Mrkvicka (University of South Bohemia): General solution for multiple testing probolem in Monte Carlo tests

Mari Myllymäki (Aalto University): Rank envelope test for spatial point patterns

Ege Rubak (Aalborg University): Determinantal point processes and statistical inference: Some case studies with R

Aila Särkkä (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg): Hierarchical modeling of spatial structure of epidermal nerve fibers

Marie-Colette van Lieshout (CWI Amsterdam): J-functions for inhomogeneous point processes in space and time

Sergei Zuyev (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg): Thinning-stable point processes as a model for bursty spatial data


Participation in the minisymposium is free of charge. But it is needed to register by sending an email to Oddbjørg Wethelund, email