Мероприятия КарНЦ РАН


Российско-скандинавский симпозиум "Теория вероятностей и прикладная вероятность"
August 26-31 2006, Petrozavodsk, Russia


Карельский научный центр РАН

  • Main organizers
  • International program committee
  • Local organizing committee
  • Scientific program
  • Program of PTAP-2006
  • Sponsors
  • Registration
  • Abstract and paper submission
  • Participation of Students
  • Important dates
  • Location
  • Accomodation
  • Social activity
  • Registration fee
  • Transport Connection
  • Train connection
  • Flights
  • Contact address
  • Photos from PTAP-2006

  • Main organizers

  • Russian Academy of Sciences,
  • Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow,
  • St-Petersburg Division of Mathematical Institute, St-Petersburg,
  • Institute of Applied Mathematical Research, Petrozavodsk.

  • International program committee

    Knut AaseNorwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, Bergen, Norway,
    Ole E. Barndorff-Nielsen Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Aarhus, Denmark,
    Svend Erik Graversen University of Aarhus, Denmark,
    Goran Hognas Abo Academy, Turku, Finland,
    Ildar Ibragimov St-Petersburg Division of Mathematical Institute, St-Petersburg, Russia,
    Peter Jagers Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg, Sweden,
    Ingemar Kaj Department of Mathematics, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden,
    Vladimir Mazalov Institute of Applied Mathematical Research, Petrozavodsk, Russia,
    Bernt Oksendal Center of Mathematics for Applications, Department of Mathematics, University of Oslo, Norway,
    Albert Shiryaev - Chair Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia, ,
    Esko Valkeila Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki, Finland, esko.

    Local organizing committee

    secretary: Alexandra Borodina IAMR, Petrozavodsk, Russia
    chair: Vladimir Mazalov IAMR, Petrozavodsk, Russia
    Evsey Morozov IAMR, Petrozavodsk, Russia
    Yuri Pavlov IAMR, Petrozavodsk, Russia

    Scientific program

    Program of the Symposium will focus around the following topics:
  • Probability Theory
  • Mathematical Statistics
  • Applied Probability
  • Applied Statistics

  • In addition to specially invited papers, the program committee will consider proposals for sessions and contributions of single papers.

    Working languages are English and Russian.


    We expect to get support of Russian Fund for Fundamental Sciences and some other funds.


    If you would like to participate please inform us by

    the following information:

    1. Name
    2. Title of talk
    3. Position and work address
    4. Phone/fax No (work and home)
    5. E-mail address
    6. (other relevant information if needed)

    Deadline for registration is June 1, 2006.

    Abstract and paper submission

    If you wish to present a paper, please send an extended abstract of the paper (in a LATEX or TEX file, size no more than 3 pages) before April 1, 2006 to Professor Vladimir Mazalov:
    Institute of Applied Mathematical Research, Karelia Research Center of Russian Academy of Sciences, Pushkinskaya 11, Petrozavodsk, 185090, RUSSIA.

    Acceptance of papers will be announced by June 1, 2006.

    Extended abstracts of the accepted papers will be published in seminar proceedings.

    In addition, the program committee will invite some of these authors to publish a full paper. These (and specially invited) papers will be published in the Proceedings of the workshop (Nauka Publishing House) and a special issue of "Probability Theory and Applications". The papers submitted for publication will be refereed following the usual standards of the journal.

    Participation of Students

    The organizers wish to encourage students to attend the conference. To that effect, we consider a possibility to reduce seminar fee and appartment price. Details will be published on the seminar web page.

    Important dates

    April 1, 2006: Deadline for abstract submissions
    June 1 2006: Acceptance of talks and full papers is announced. Deadline for registration
    August 26, 2006: Arrival day
    August 27, 2006: First day of the symposium
    August 29, 2006: Excursions
    August 31, 2006: Departure day


    Petrozavodsk, the capital of Russian Karelia, is situated at the cost of great and beautiful Onego Lake, 400 km to the North from Saint-Petersburg. The town is the largest University and cultural centre on the North-West Russia. It has convenient transport ties with Saint-Petersburg and Moscow (comfortable night trains). There is a flight connection between Helsinki and Petrozavodsk. The climate conditions are close to the that of South Finland.


    The Seminar will be held at the hotel "Aleksandrovka village" on the coast of the Pertozero lake near Petrozavodsk. Please tell if you have an accompaning person and which room (singe/double) you prefer: single (double) room price is EU 50 (70) (breakfast included).

    Деревня Александровка Деревня Александровка Деревня Александровка

    Social activity

    The social activities will include a welcome party, the conference dinner and 2 excursions (famous Kizhi island and waterfall Kivatch).

    Кижи Водопад Кивач

    Registration fee

    The seminar fee is EU 200. The registration covers visa invitation, welcome party, seminar dinner, 2 excursions, coffee breaks and the book of abstracts. The fee for accompaning person is EU 100 and it covers welcome party and seminar dinner. The payment procedure will be specified in the second announcement (Feb. 1, 2006) and on the web page.

    Transport Connection

    Train connection
    Getting to Petrozavodsk by train is possible from Moscow (15 hours ride), St.Petersburg (7-8 hours). Petrozavodsk railway station is situated in the center of the city, and it is convenient to use public transport.

    Moscow direction train routes
    Train NDepartureArrival
    017 Firm FastPETROZAVODSK [7.00 pm] MOSCOW Leningradsky [08.55 am] (next day)
    018 Firm FastMOSCOW Leningradsky [6.25 pm]PETROZAVODSK [9.00 am] (next day)

    St.Petersburg direction train routes
    Train NDepartureArrival
    657 PassengerPETROZAVODSK [10.50 pm] St. PETERSBURG Ladoga Station [7.21 am] (next day)
    658 PassengerSt. PETERSBURG Ladoga Station [10.13 pm] PETROZAVODSK [6.50 am] (next day)

    There is also a train connection between Helsinki and St. Petersburg via Vyborg.

    Train NDepartureArrivalTotal time
    034 "Repin Express"St. PETERSBURG Ladoga Station [daily 07.28] HELSINKI [12.26]06h00m
    034 "Repin Express"HELSINKI [daily 15.42]St. PETERSBURG Ladoga Station [22.40]05h58m
    036 "Sibelius Express"St. PETERSBURG Ladoga Station [daily 16.28]HELSINKI [21.22]05h54m
    036 "Sibelius Express"HELSINKI [daily 07.42]St. PETERSBURG Ladoga Station [14.30]05h48m


    International and domestic flights to Petrozavodsk arrive in Petrozavodsk airport. It is a military airport, part of which is used for passenger flights. The airport is also called "Besovets". The distance between the airport and the city is about 25 km. There are regular flights from Helsinki to Petrozavodsk. Flights take place three times a week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

    Flight NStart fromArrival toAirlineAircraft
    D2-402Helsinki [14.30]Petrozavodsk [16.50]SeverstalYak-40
    D2-401Petrozavodsk [13.10]Helsinki [13.30]SeverstalYak-40

    "UTair" airline connects Moscow with Petrozavodsk two times a week, each Monday and Wednesday.

    Flight NStart fromArrival toAirlineAircraft
    TP-176Moscow Vnukovo [11.35]Petrozavodsk [13.35]UTairAN-24
    TP-175Petrozavodsk [14.40]Moscow Vnukovo [16.55]UTairAN-24

    Contact address

    Questions can be directed to: