July 27 - August 07, 2015, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
"Stochastic Processes and Applications Mongolia 2015" research school will be hosted by the National University of Mongolia. Situated in the capital city Ulan Bator, this event takes place at the very heart of Asia and is open to all. The two-week research school will look at an extensive programme of classical and contemporary topics from the theory of stochastic analysis, as well as its applications. There will be an extensive exposition covering the insertion of stochastics into biology, economics, random matrix theory, optimal stopping and control, combinatorial models, self-similarity and of course SDEs and PDEs. The fusion of activities during these two weeks will facilitate the emergence of new collaborations and opportunities for regional interaction.
Stochastic Analysis and its Applications Mongolian 2015 is a two-week event, consisting of minicourses and specialist topic lectures.
The minicourses form the core of the research school for local and regional participants, and will offer a basic, but precise introduction to key areas of current research. Principally they are aimed at Ph.D. students and young researchers as well as researchers wanting to move into these fields. The most important of these four courses is the first on stochastic calculus and this will receive 8 hours of lecturing whereas the others will receive 6 hours of lecturing.
In addition, there will be invited research seminars and lectures on research topics. The research topics will build on the minicourses giving further insight into current research areas of interest.
The final list of speakers will be determined in due course.
In the following description, each unit of one hour corresponds to 45-50 minutes of lectures.
The basic concept of exchangeable partitions of the natural numbers is introduced and how this plays a fundamental role in building Markov processes that are valued in the space of such partitions. The case of fragmentation and coalescent processes are developed with focus on their applications. In the case of fragmentation processes, applications in the mining industry are mentioned. In the case of coalescent processes, connections with modeling genetic diversification are mentioned.
In this course we discuss some basic results and techniques from the PDE theory, which arise in the study of stochastic differential equations. In this way, we provide some background for the course ”Introduction to stochastic calculus and applications”. We start with some fundamental properties of harmonic functions (i.e. of solutions to the Laplace equation), such as the mean value property, the maximum principle and Harnack’s inequality, which allow for a stochastic reformulation in terms of a stopped Brownian motion. We then present some variants for time-dependent PDEs, with an emphasis on the heat equation as model equation for general diffusion processes. Finally, we draw connections between partial differential equations and optimization / minimization problems, by explaining some basics of the Euler-Lagrange formalism. The theory covered in this course will be illustrated by several reoccuring examples, both during the lectures and tutorials.
Lecture 1. The N eigenvalues of a large symmetric (or hermitian) random matrix of size N are far from being independent random variables: they repel each other. This results in new limit laws of random variables, that can be computed in simple models of random matrices (the Gaussian ensembles), and turn out to be universal and appear as well in other domains of mathematics and physics.
Lecture 2. We will discuss equilibrium measures and large deviation theory for eigenvalue statistics. I will then introduce Schwinger-Dyson equations -- which provide a general tool to study statistical physics models -- for some simple random matrix ensembles. I will describe some results about the large N asymptotic expansion, in particular the "topological expansions".
(Choice will be made later between 3a. or 3b. depending on the time and audience' interest)
Lecture 3a. We will see the machinery of Schwinger-Dyson equations at work, in the problem of obtaining finite size corrections to large deviations functions for the maximum eigenvalue of a random matrix. We will deduce an elementary and heuristic computation concerning the tails of the (universal) limit law of fluctuations of the maximum eigenvalue, which is called Tracy-Widom law.
Lecture 3b. There is a rich combinatorics behind the Gaussian hermitian matrix model. It is described by "pairings": the large N limit isolates planar pairings, and the finite N corrections sort the pairings by their topology. This idea has been exploited in designing faster algorithms to predict the tertiary structure of RNA sequences.
This course will give an introduction to the theory of stochastic calculus and will serve as a foundation for the other mini-courses. The course will introduce Brownian motion as a Markov process and focus largely on the construction of the Brownian integral and its associated Ito calculus. En route examples of where stochastic calculus is important will be mentioned, leaving open the possibility for further discussion with students during the research school. The course will conclude with some attention given to the case of Lévy processes and the generalization of Ito’s calculus for this class of processes.
Positive Self-Similar Markov processes are closely connected to Lévy Processes. The aim of this lectures is to discuss a reformulation of Lamperti’s representation through stochastic differential equations (SDEs) driven by Poisson point processes. Lamperti’s representation is equivalent to the Lamperti SDE for positive initial conditions but in contrast to Lamperti’s representation the Lamperti SDE readily extends to zero initial conditions. On the way existence and uniqueness for jump-type SDEs will be discussed.
This course will provide a rapid introduction into classical Black-Scholes theory and its deficiencies. The course will then move on to discussing a more modern perspective on financial modeling, drawing attention to the large variety in different types of financial contracts as well as the rich family of “off-the-shelf” stochastic processes and statistical methods, which are used to model such pricing scenarios. The ideology of using mathematics to establish “fair pricing” and giving a quantitative perspective to "risk exposure" will be central to the presentation. This course will be aimed equally at analysts from the several large banks in Mongolia as much as academic participants.
Building on the first course on stochastic analysis, this course will introduce some basic principles of optimal stochastic control theory in the setting of models driven by Brownian motion and, more generally, Lévy processes. Two main solution methods will be presented, namely (i) the stochastic maximum principle and (ii) dynamic programming and the HJB equation. Applications that are of pertinence to mathematical finance will also be discussed, for example the problem of optimal portfolio choice and risk minimization in a financial market.
Topic lectures (2hrs each):
The final list of speakers will be determined in due course.
The final list of speakers and abstracts can be found here: abstracts.pdf
All participants are invited to present their current research in the school's poster session.
Posters should be in pdf format of which dimensions should correspond to A0 sized poster (1189 x 841 mm) in Portrait orientation and named as “SAAM_poster_SURNAME.pdf”.
To have your poster printed by the National University of Mongolia, they should be sent to Dr.Ganbat (LOC member) and Mrs. Oyunerdene (NUM math department's secretary) e-mail address: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com before JULY 20.
To include an abstract of you poster included in the book of abstracts of the school, please send a plain text email with your name, your affiliation and the abstract in (formulae in tex-code) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inspiration and online tutorials for posters can be found here: www.latextemplates.com/cat/conference-posters, homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/robert/posters/simple.html; in German: www.physik.uni-augsburg.de/theo3/Comp/hp750c/computing_hp750c_A0.en.shtml
All lectures and contributed talks will be held in the Room 320 at 3rd floor, Main building, NUM. Registration and Opening Ceremony will be held in the Academic Hall (Round Hall) at 2nd floor, Main building, NUM.
|08:00 - 08:30||Registration|
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|09:00 - 09:30||Opening Ceremony||Caballero
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|11:30 - 12:00||Bertoin
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|12.30 - 13.00||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch|
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|14.00 - 14.30||Bertoin
|14:30 - 15:00||Beck
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|16.00 - 16.30||Break||Caballero
|16:30 - 17:00||Caballero
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|17:30 - 18:00||Tutorials||Tutorials||Tutorials|
|18:00 - 18:30||Welcome Reception|
|18:30 - 19:00|
|19:00 - 19:30|
|08:00 - 08:30||Registration|
|08:30 - 09:00|
|09:00 - 09:30||Behme
|09:30 - 10:00|
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|10.30 - 11.00||Break||Break||Break||Break||Break|
|11.00 - 11.30||Eberlein
|11:30 - 12:00|
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|12.30 - 13.00||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch|
|13.00 - 13.30|
|13.30 - 14.00|
|14.00 - 14.30||Remco van der Hofstad,
Ricardo Romo Romero
|14:30 - 15:00|
|15:00 - 15.30|
|15.30 - 16.00||Break||Break||Break||Break|
|16.00 - 16.30||Kumiko Hattori,
|Studying in Germany
Poster Session and Reception
|Yue Yuen Kwok,
|16:30 - 17:00|
|17:00 - 17.30|
|17:30 - 18:00||Tutorials||Tutorials||Closing ceremony|
|18:00 - 18:30|
|ADINYA||INI||NIGERIA (NG)||UNIVERSITY OF IDABAN|
|ADIYASUREN||VANDANJAV||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|ALTANGEREL||LKHAMSUREN||MONGOLIA (MN)||GERMAN MONGOLIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY|
|ALTANSUVD||BAAJIIKHUU||MONGOLIA (MN)||MONGOLIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION|
|ARCEDE||JAYROLD||PHILIPPINES (PH)||CARAGA STATE UNIVERSITY|
|ARIUNGEREL||JARGAL||MONGOLIA (MN)||MONGOLIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY|
|ARIUNTUYA||NYAMSAMBUU||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|BAASANJAV||TUMUR||MONGOLIA (MN)||MONGOLIAN AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY EXCHANGE|
|BAE||JONGCHUN||SOUTH KOREA (KR)||SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERISTY|
|BALJINNYAM||TSANGIA||MONGOLIA (MN)||MONGOLIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY|
|BARSBOLD||BAZARRAGCHAA||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|BATSUURI||D||MONGOLIA (MN)||INSTITUTE OF HUMANITIES|
|BATTULGA||GANKHUU||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|BAURDOUX||ERIK||UNITED KINGDOM (GB)||LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS|
|BAYARJARGAL||BATSUKH||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|BAYARMAGNAI||GOMBODORJ||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|BAYARSAIKHAN||UUDUS||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|BAYARTSETSEG||SANDAGDORJ||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|BECK||LISA||GERMANY (DE)||UNIVERSITY OF BONN|
|BEHME||ANITA||GERMANY (DE)||TECHNICAL UNIVERISTY OF MUNICH|
|BERTOIN||JEAN||SWITZERLAND (FR)||ETH ZURICH|
|BLACQUE||PIERRE||UNITED KINGDOM (GB)||IMPERIAL COLLEGE|
|BLAUT||JULIA||GERMANY (DE)||JULIUS MAXIMILLIANS UNIVERSITY, WURZBURG|
|BOLOR||TSERENDORJ||MONGOLIA (MN)||TENGER INSURANCE|
|BOLORCHULUUN||CHOGSOM||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|BOROT||GAETAN||GERMANY (DE)||MAX PLANCK INSITTUTE, BONN|
|BULGANTUNGALAG||BATJARGAL||MONGOLIA (MN)||KHAAN BANK|
|BUYANTOGTOKH||LHAGVA||MONGOLIA (MN)||SCHOOL NUMBER 11|
|CANIZARES GARCIA||ANA||GERMANY (DE)||LMU MUNICH|
|CARPIO||KRISTINE JOY||PHILIPPINES (PH)||DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY|
|CHU||WEIJUAN||CHINA (CN)||NANJING UNIVERSITY|
|CHULUUNDORJ||BEKH-OCHIR||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|CHULUUNTSETSEG||L||MONGOLIA (MN)||MONGOLIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY|
|DAI||JUN||CHINA (CN)||FUDAN UNIVERSITY|
|DAVAASUREN||CHULUUNBAATAR||MONGOLIA (MN)||INSTITUTE OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICS|
|DELGERMAA||MAGSARJAV||MONGOLIA (MN)||DARKHAN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY|
|DEPERSCHMIDT||ANDREJ||GERMANY (DE)||UNIVERSITY OF FRIEBURG|
|DI GIROLAMI||CRISTINA||ITALY (IT)||UNIVERSITY OF PESCARA|
|DIECKMANN||MARTIN||GERMANY (DE)||BIELEFELD UNIVERSITY|
|DIOP||FATOU NÉNÉ||SENEGAL (SN)||ALIOUNE DIOP UNIVERISTY|
|DOERING||LEIF||GERMANY (DE)||MANNHEIM UNIVERSITY|
|DONG||YUCHAO||CHINA (CN)||FUDAN UNIVERSITY|
|DORJSUNDUI||GOMBOHURTS||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|EBERLEIN||ERNST||GERMANY (DE)||UNIVERISTY OF FREIBURG|
|ERDENEBAATAR||CHADRAA||UNITED STATES (US)||MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERISTY|
|ESENBEK||KEREI||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|ESSAKY||EL HASSAN||MOROCCO (MA)||CADI AYYAD UNIVERSITY|
|FAIZ||FAIZULLAH||PAKISTAN (PK)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY|
|FISHKOV||ALEXANDER||RUSSIA (RU)||ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES|
|GANBAT||ATARSAIKHAN||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|GANBAT||BATMUNKH||MONGOLIA (MN)||OLONLOG SCHOOL|
|GANTUMUR||TSOGTGEREL||CANADA (CA)||McGILL UNIVERSITY|
|GARRIDO||MIGUEL ANGEL||UNITED KINGDOM (GB)||UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE|
|GELDHAUSER||CARINA||GERMANY (DE)||UNIVERSITY OF BONN|
|GERELMAA||GERELT-OD||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|GERELTUYA||BAYANMUNKH||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|GOLDSCHMIDT||CHIRSTINA||UNITED KINGDOM (GB)||UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD|
|GOZZI||FAUSTO||ITALY (IT)||UNIVERISTY GUIDO CARLI|
|HÄPPÖLÄ||JUHO||SAUDI ARABIA (SA)||KAUST|
|HATTORI||KUMIKO||JAPAN (JP)||TOKYO METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY|
|HE||HUI||CHINA (CN)||BEIJING NORMAL UNIVERSITY|
|HORTON||EMMA||UNITED KINGDOM (GB)||UNIVERSITY OF BATH|
|JAMIYANSHARAV||BATCHULUUN||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|KHONGORZUL||DASH||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|KIM||SOJUNG||SOUTH KOREA (KR)||KAIST|
|KUMAR||CHAMAN||UNITED KINGDOM (GB)||UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH|
|KUNTSCHIK||ANDREA||GERMANY (DE)||FRANKFURT UNIVERSITY|
|KUWADA||KAZUMASA||JAPAN (JP)||TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY|
|KWOK||YUE KUEN||CHINA (CN), HONG KONG||HKUST|
|KYPRIANOU||ANDREAS||UNITED KINGDOM (GB)||UNIVERSITY OF BATH|
|LALAOUI BEN CHERIF||SIDI MOHAMED||MOROCCO (MA)||CADI AYYAD UNIVERSITY|
|LAMBERT||AMAURY||FRANCE (FR)||Paris VI AND COLLEGE DE FRANCE|
|LOZANO TORRUBIA||PABLO||UNITED KINGDOM (GB)||UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM|
|MA||CHUNHUA||CHINA (CN)||NANKAI UNIVERSITY|
|MAKHGAL||GANBOLD||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|MANDUKHAI||OTGONBAATAR||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|MATETSKI||KANSTANTSIN||UNITED KINGDOM (GB)||UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK|
|MAULIDI||IKHSAN||INDONESIA (ID)||BOGAR AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY|
|MUNGUNSUKH||SHIRNEN||MONGOLIA (MN)||INSTITUTE OF HUMANITIES|
|MUNGUNTSETSEG||ALTANTSETSEG||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|MUNKHDULAM||ERDENEKHUYAG||MONGOLIA (MN)||INSTITUTE OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICS|
|MUNKHJARGAL||BATKHUYAG||MONGOLIA (MN)||INSTITUTE OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICS|
|NAJNUDEL||JOSEPH||FRANCE (FR)||PAUL SABATIER UNIVERISTY, TOULOUSE|
|NANZADRAGCHAA||DAMBASUREN||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|NARANJARGAL||PUREV-OCHIR||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|NAVCHAA||TSERENDORJ||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|NIKITENKO||ANTON||AUSTRIA (AT)||INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY|
|NOBA||KEI||JAPAN (JP)||KYOTO UNIVERSITY|
|OKSENDAL||BERNT||NORWAY (NO)||UNIVERSITY OF OSLO|
|ORGIL||BAT-ULZII||MONGOLIA (MN)||INSTITUTE OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICS|
|OTGONBAYAR||UUYE||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|OYUN||BATKHUYAG||MONGOLIA (MN)||TENGER INSURANCE|
|OYUNDELGER||M||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|OYUNERDENE||NARANKHUU||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|OYUNERDENE||NAMSRAI||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|OYUNERDENE||SELENGE||MONGOLIA (MN)||STATE BANK|
|PAN||YUQING||AUSTRALIA (AU)||UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE|
|PAPAGEORGIOU||IOANNIS||SWEDEN (SE)||UPPSALA UNIVERSITY|
|PARDO||JUAN CARLOS||MEXICO (MX)||CIMAT|
|PROKOPENKO||EVGENY||RUSSIA (RU)||SOBOLEV INSTITUTE, NOVOSIBIRSK|
|PUREVSUREN||DAMBA||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|PUREVTSOGT||NUGJGAR||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|RANDRIAMANIRISOA||SAHA HASINA||MADAGASCAR (MG)||UNVERSITY OF ANTANANARIVO|
|REN||YANIXA||CHINA (CN)||PEKING UNIVERSITY|
|REZAPOUR||MOHSEN||IRAN (IR)||UNIVERSITY OF KERMAN|
|ROMO ROMERO||RICARDO||FRANCE (FR)||UNIVERSITY D'EVRY|
|SARANTUYA||TSEDENDAMBA||MONGOLIA (MN)||MONGOLIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY|
|SAVINKINA||EKATERINA||RUSSIA (RU)||SOBOLEV INSTITUTE, NOVOSIBIRSK|
|SCHREITER||MAXIMILIAN||GERMANY (DE)||LEIPZIG GRADUATE SCHOOL|
|SETIYOWATI||SUSI||INDONESIA (ID)||BANDUNG INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY|
|SONG||YANG||CHINA (CN)||FUDAN UNIVERSITY|
|SULISTIANINGSIH||EVY||INDONESIA (ID)||TANJUNGPURA UNIVERSITY|
|SUMIYA||BAASANDORJ||MONGOLIA (MN)||MONGOLIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION|
|SURYAWAN||HERRY PRIBAWANTO||INDONESIA (ID)||SANATA DHARMA UNIVERSITY|
|TAIVANSAIKHAN||TSETSENDELGER||MONGOLIA (MN)||NEW MONGOL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY|
|TSERENBAT||OIROV||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|TSOGZOLMAA||SAIZMAA||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|TSUKADA||HIROSHI||JAPAN (JP)||OSAKA CITY UNIVERSITY|
|TUMENBAYAR||DAVAANYAM||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|UDOYE||ADAOBI MMACHUKWU||NIGERIA (NG)||UNIVERSITY OF IDABAN|
|UNDARMAA||ENKHBAYAR||MONGOLIA (MN)||TENGER INSURANCE|
|UUGANBAATA||NINJBAT||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|UUGANBAYAR||SODNOM||MONGOLIA (MN)||STATE BANK|
|VAKEROUDIS||STAVROS||CYPRUS (CY)||UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS|
|VAN DER HOFSTAD||REMCO||NETHERLANDS (NL)||TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF EINDHOVEN|
|WETZER||ELISABETH||AUSTRIA (AT)||VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY|
|WRESCH||LUKAS||GERMANY (DE)||BIELEFELD UNIVERSITY|
|XU||QING||CHINA (CN)||FUDAN UNIVERSITY|
|YAMAZAKI||KAZUTOSHI||JAPAN (JP)||KANSAI UNIVERSITY|
|YANG||TING||CHINA (CN)||BEIJING INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY|
|YEN||JU-YI||UNITED STATES (US)||UNIVERSITY OF CINCINATI|
|YU||LICHAO||CHINA (CN)||FUDAN UNIVERSITY|
|ZAMANDII||SANDAGDORJ||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|ZHUO||YU||CHINA (CN)||FUDAN UNIVERSITY|
|ZOLBAYAR||E||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|ZOLJARGAL||MUNKHJARGAL||MONGOLIA (MN)||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONGOLIA|
|ZORIGT||CHOINKHOR||MONGOLIA (MN)||MONGOLIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION|
The school and the workshop will be held from July 27 to August 7, 2015 at Main Building, National University of Mongolia in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
The location of the National University of Mongolia is right in the heart of the Mongolian capital, Ulan Bator, a stone’s throw from the Mongolian Parliament and the central Chinggis Square. This is also a short walk from many cafes and restaurants as well as a number of large hotels, which offer services to western standards.
|Hotel Name||Category||Single Room||Double Room||Distance to NUM|
|Puma Imperial Hotel||***||153.000 – up /tug/ *
or 78 – up /USD/
|189.000 – up /tug/ *
or 96 – up /USD/ *
|Next to NUM|
|Student dormitory **||Dormitory||-||20.000–30.000 tug *
or 10-15 USD *
/Bed-in-4 or Bed-in-3/
|15 minutes walking distance|
* Special rates for the seminar
** It is in a 15 minute walking distance from NUM and newly built student dormitory. Here is the link of its opening ceremony which was one year ago (http://www.mminfo.mn/photoalbum/4441.shtml) and its prices are listed below. Conditions: One room with twin bunk-beds, a wardrobe, and a desk. Two triple-occupancy or two quad-occupancy rooms share a kitchenette and a bathroom with a shower and a toilet for 1 person. It has also an internet-access for every rooms and a washing machine for each floor free of charge. We have also asked about a possibility to use only below beds of the bunk bed and the dormitory organizer informally agreed that she may give us a chance to allow it without extra charge.
|1 Bedroom /200 rooms/ (quad occupancy, bed linens included and bath linens not included)||80000 tugrug (around $40)|
|1 Bedroom /16 rooms/ (triple occupancy, bed linens included and bath linens not included)||60000 tugrug (around $30)|
Access to the venue is also possible by various other forms of public transportation as well.
In the vicinity of the venue, there are also several other accommodation alternatives (with varying quality and prices) which may be found through on-line hotel.
Other Accommodation Alternatives
Mongolia is truly one of the world's last undiscovered travel destinations and the safest country to visit. It is a land where you can experience wide-open spaces, cobalt blue skies, forests, deserts, crystal clear rivers and lakes, and the traditional hospitality of the nomads. Permanent dwellings are few and far between, fences even fewer and the land is owned by the people, like one large National Park.
As a tremendous destination to experience the outdoors, Mongolia also boasts of unique history dating back to the Mongol Empire of Genghis Khan. Simply put, it is a land of adventure, horses, nomads, and blue sky.
Above information is adapted from www.discovermongolia.mn, for more information please visit the source webpage.
Visa and travel information
On a behalf of the research school an official letter of invitation will be forwarded to participants upon receiving their registration forms so that they could apply for a visa at the Mongolian Embassy in their country.
Within the framework of the 100 days of the intensification of economy the Government of Mongolia approved a list of 42 countries with a visa free access to Mongolia. According to this decision nationals of these countries are entitled with the visa-free stay for up to 30 days for tourist and short business trips from June 25, 2014 till 31st December 2015.
The list includes the following countries: Republic of Austria, Principality of Andorra, Argentine Republic, Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Kingdom of Belgium, Republic of Bulgaria, Federative Republic of Brazil, Hellenic Republic, Gibraltar(Overseas territory of the United Kingdom), Grenada, Kingdom of Denmark, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Republic of Iceland, Kingdom of Spain, Italian Republic, Republic of Ireland, Republic of Cyprus, Republic of Costa Rica, Republic of Latvia, Republic of Lithuania, Principality of Liechtenstein, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Republic of Malta, Principality of Monaco, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Kingdom of Norway, Republic of Panama, Republic of Poland, Portuguese Republic, Romania. Slovak Republic, Republic of Slovenia, Hungary, Oriental Republic of Uruguay, Republic of Finland, French Republic, Republic of Croatia, Czech Republic, Republic of Chile, Kingdom of Sweden, Swiss Confederation, Republic of Estonia.
More extensive visa free entry list found here: http://mongolianembassy.us/list-of-countries-and-regions-with-no-visa-2
Nevertheless, Mongolian diplomatic missions abroad will continue issuing visas to nationals of the 42 countries to provide smooth entrance through international borders unless the relevant authorities of the countries confirm the database update.
For more information, please visit following sites:
If there is no Mongolia embassy in your country, one month visas can be obtained on the spot once you arrive at the airport or railway station.
You can reach Ulaanbaatar by planes from
You also can take trains from Russia and China.
In Ulaanbaatar, there is one airport "Chinggis Khan" for international flights and the main railway station "Ulaanbaatar". All participants will be picked up at the airport or railway station. We also organize your transfer to Airport upon your departure.
We remind you that July is the most busy tourist season for Mongolia, so we recommend you to book your flights and apply for a visa as early as possible.