It will consist of four 45-minute keynote talks and twenty six 30-minute contributed talks.

Here is a tentative program, which will be updated gradually as contributed talks are accepted.

Tuesday, November 24th, 2020. Chair: Antonio Gómez Corral

14:55-15:00 (GMT+1) Opening words: Antonio Gómez-Corral, Miguel González Velasco

15:00-15:45 (GMT+1) Keynote talk 1: Some results and applications of geometric counting processes, Antonio Di Crescenzo, Università degli Studi di Salerno, Italy

15:45-16:15 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 1: Space-time Pareto processes to generate scenarios for natural disasters, Fátima Palacios Rodríguez, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

16:15-16:45 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 2: Quantifying infection transmission in a stochastic SIV model with imperfect vaccine, María Jesús Lopez-Herrero, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

17:00-17:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 3: A diffusion process for modelling HyperGompertz-type behaviour, María A. Baamonde Seoane, University of A Coruña and CITIC, Spain

17:30-18:00 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 4: Likelihood approximation in logistic-type diffusions by means of Hermite polynomials, Antonio Barrera, Universidad de Málaga, Spain

18:00-18:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 5: Speed, accuracy and persistence impact on the immune response: A stochastic approach, Mario Castro, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Spain

Thursday, November 26th, 2020. Chair: Javier Villarroel

15:00-15:45 (GMT+1) Keynote talk 2: Exact approaches for the analysis of stochastic epidemic processes on networks, Martín López García, University of Leeds, UK

15:45-16:15 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 6: A semilinear functional approach for space–time bivariate processes, Antoni Torres, Universidad de Málaga, Spain

16:15-16:45 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 7: Inference for two-sex branching processes for X-linked recessive disorders: ABC methodology, Alicia León Naranjo, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain

17:00-17:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 8: Markovian discrete-time study of the distribution of the number of infected during the active phase of a non-immunizing communicable disease, Diana Taipe Hidalgo, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

17:30-18:00 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 9: On multitype random forests with a given degree sequence, the total population of branching forests and enumerations of multitype forests, Osvaldo Angtuncio Hernández, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

18:00-18:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 10: On the covariance function for Markovian arrival processes, Marcos González Bernal, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

Tuesday, December 1st, 2020. Chair: Miguel González Velasco

15:00-15:45 (GMT+1) Keynote talk 3: Epidemics on networks with preventive rewiring, Frank Ball, University of Nottingham, UK

15:45-16:15 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 11: A stochastic model of the cash-flow in a service station or company, Javier Villarroel, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain

16:15-16:45 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 12: Maximum likelihood estimation in population-size-dependent branching processes with almost sure extinction, Carmen Minuesa, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

17:00-17:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 13: On the number of inspections of the population that find an active process: A first approach to estimate the contact rate of a disease, María Gamboa Pérez, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

17:30-18:00 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 14: δ-records in the linear drift model, Miguel Lafuente, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

18:00-18:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 15: Towards renewable-dominated electric energy systems: planning and operation under uncertainty, María Ruth Domínguez Martín, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

Thursday, December 3rd, 2020. Chair: María Dolores Ruiz-Medina

15:00-15:45 (GMT+1) Keynote talk 4: Limit theorems, scaling of moments and intermittency for integrated finite variance supOU processes, Nikolai Leonenko, Cardiff University, UK

15:45-16:15 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 16: Itö vs Stratonovich in the Langevin model of brownian motion, Carlos Escudero Liébana, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain

16:15-16:45 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 17: Spatiotemporal central and non-central limit results for a class of gaussian and chi-square subordinated fields, María Dolores Ruiz-Medina, University of Granada, Spain

17:00-17:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 18: ABC SMC estimation in controlled branching processes without knowledge of the maximum reproduction capacity, Inés María del Puerto, University of Extremadura, Spain

17:30-18:00 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 19: Escape and first arrival times in the Sparre Andersen risk model with a non renovation initial time, Juan Antonio Vega Coso, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain

18:00-18:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 20: On some fractionally integrated Gauss-Markov processes and applications in neuronal modeling, Enrica Pirozzi, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy

Wednesday, December 9th, 2020. Chair: Gerardo Sanz

15:00-15:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 21: Non-local Pearson diffusions, Giacomo Ascione, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy

15:30-16:00 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 22: Diffusion limits at small times for coalescent processes with mutation and selection, Phil Hanson, University of Warwick, UK

16:00-16:30 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 23: Stochastic optimal control problems and related Kolmogorov equations, Stefana-Lucia Anita, «Simion Stoilow» Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, Romania

16:45-17:15 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 24: Multitype branching models for systems of communicating populations, Manuel Mota, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain

17:15-17:45 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 25: Tests for non-stationarity based on theory of records: An application to climate change, Jorge Castillo-Mateo, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

17:45-18:15 (GMT+1) Contributed talk 26: Birth death swap population in random environment and aggregation with two timescales, Sarah Kaakaï, Le Mans Université, France.

18:15-18:25 (GMT+1) Closing words: Antonio Gómez-Corral, Miguel González Velasco, María Dolores Ruiz-Medina