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Francisco Aranda Ordaz Award (Latin-American Prize) for Julián Facundo Martínez

During the CLAPEM (The Latin American Congress of Probability and Mathematical Statistics by its initials in Spanish), held in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia in September 22-26, 2014, Julián Facundo Martínez received the Francisco Aranda Ordaz Award for his PhD Research in Probability, with the thesis: “Dynamical Gibbs-non-Gibbs transitions and Brownian percolatian” under supervisión of Prof. Frank den Hollander and Roberto Fernández at the Mathematical Institute.

Every two/three years, the LARC-SLAPEM (Latin-American Society on Probability and Mathematical Statistics by its initials in Spanish) organizes a prize to honor the memory of Francisco Aranda-Ordaz, a distinguished young Mexican statistician who died tragically in 1991. The Francisco Aranda-Ordaz Award is awarded for one thesis in Probability and one thesis in Statistics written by students from Latin America, regardless of the country of the university offering the degree, or by students from other nationalities who received the degree from a Latin American university. The winners are invited to present their works at the CLAPEM meeting.

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