The Workshop is organized by the Department of Probability Theory, Statistics and Actuarial Mathematics of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

The Workshop will be conducted virtually via ZOOM (or similar facilities to be fixed later on as the date approaches). Program and the exact timing for the invited talks will be announced later

The Workshop aims to discuss new advances and developments in various areas of probability and statistics.

#### Invited Speakers

**Giulia Di Nunno**, University of Oslo, Norway

Title of the talk: Stochastic control for Volterra equations driven by time-changed noises

**Rita Giuliano-Antonini**, University of Pisa, Italy

Title of the talk: Convergence for weighted sums of Lüroth type random variables

**Alexander Ivanov**, National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", Ukraine

Title of the talk: Some results on estimation of the noise covariance function in time continuous regression model

**Nikolai Leonenko**, Cardiff University, UK

Title of the talk: Estimating the covariance function of isotropic field on the sphere

**Andriy Olenko**, La Trobe University, Australia

Title of the talk: On the running maxima of subgaussian double arrays of random variables

**Enzo Orsingher**, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Title of the talk: Hyperbolic geometry and Asian Options

**Vladimir Piterbarg**, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation

Title of the talk: On accompanying measures and asymptotic expansions in limit theorems for maximum of random variables

**Tommi Sottinen**, University of Vaasa, Finland

Title of the talk: Integration-by-parts characterizations of Gaussian processes

**Andrei Volodin**, University of Regina, Canada

Title of the talk: On the Sub-Gaussianity of the r-Correlograms

#### Previous Workshops in this series:

- Modern Trends in Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics II (27 February 2012)
- Modern Trends in Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics I (27 September 2011)
- Workshop on Long-Range Dependence: From Fractional Calculus to Financial Applications (7-11 September 2009)