The East Asian and Pacific Regional Committee (EAPRC) of the Bernoulli Society has a new set of members from 2020.

Current members of the EAPRC

Chair (2020-2021):

  •  Bikramjit Das (Singapore Univ. of Tech. and Design)

Members (2020-2023):

  • Giang Nguyen (University of Adelaide, Australia)
  • Huazhen Lin (Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China)
  • Parthanil Roy (Indian Statistical Institute, India)
  • Ryoki Fukushima (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

The East Asian and Pacific Regional Committee (EAPRC) of the Bernoulli Society helps in organizing international conferences, sponsors and supports Conference Sessions and broadly plans activities related to probability and statistics in the East Asia-Pacific Region. It comprises a committee chair, and eight to ten ordinary members selected to ensure broad geographical representation. The term of office of an ordinary member shall be four years, with approximately one-half elected every two years. The term of office of the chair shall be two years.







EAPRC (from 1997)

After more than ten years of lying dormant, the East Asian and Pacific Regional Committee (EAPRC) of the Bernoulli Society finally came to life. At the 51st ISI Session held in August 1997 in Istanbul, the Working Committee for the revival of the EAPRC put together the following new EAPRC:

Honorary Advisor: David Vere-Jones,

Chair: Tim Brown (Australia)


  • Tim Brown, (Australia) (1997-1999)
  • Bong Dae Choi, (Korea) (1997-1999)
  • Masatoshi Fukushima, (Japan) (1997-1999)
  • Tran Manh Tuan, (Vietnam) (1997-1999)
  • Jia-Ding Chen, (China) (1997-2001)
  • Wei-Liem Loh, (Singapore) (1997-2001)
  • David Scott, (New Zealand) (1997-2001)
  • Ana Tabunda, (Philippines) (1997-2001)
  • Choon-Peng Tan, (Malaysia) (1997-2001)

The Working Committee also formulated the following working rules:

The East Asian and Pacific Regional Committee (EAPRC) will organize international meetings on probability and statistics and from time to time sponsor or support other meetings in the East Asia-Pacific Region. It shall comprise the committee chair, the past committee chair, and eight to ten ordinary members selected to ensure broad geographical representation. The term of office of an ordinary member shall be four years, with approximately one-half elected every two years. NO ORDINARY MEMBER SHALL SERVE MORE THAN TWO CONSECUTIVE TERMS. The term of office of the chair shall be two years. The chair is eligible for re-election and shall serve no more than two consecutive terms. The term of office of the past committee chair shall be two years.


The committee advises the Executive Committee on all aspects of publication and approves the policies of the Bernoulli Society in this area. In particular, it assesses the long-term welfare of the publications the society is involved in - alone or jointly with other societies. An important activity of the committee is the search for chief editors of the publications, and negotiations with publishers and other partners. The chairman is a member of the Publications Committee of the International Statistical Institute to ensure strong relations with our umbrella organization.

Committee Members

Herold Dehling (Chair, Germany,  until summer 2022)

Aurore Delaigle (Australia, until 12/2019)

Adam Jakubowski (Poland, ex officio, as incoming president)

Stephen M.S. Lee (Hong Kong, until 12/2019)

Thomas Mikosch (Denmark, until 12/2020)

Eric Moulines (France, ex officio, as former EIC of Bernoulli, until 12/2019)

Victor Panaretos (Switzerland, until 12/2018)

Richard Samworth (UK, until 12/2019)


- Executive Committee
- Council
- Committee Chairs
- Regional Committee Chairs
- Editors
- Web Editor

Executive Committee


Claudia Klüppelberg (TU Munich, Germany)

Aug 2019 - Aug 2021
Past President

Susan Murphy (Harvard Univ., USA) 

Aug 2017 - Aug 2019
President Elect

Adam Jakubowski (Nicolaus Copernicus Univ., Torun, Poland) 

Aug 2019 - Aug 2021
ISI Director Ada van Krimpen (ISI Office, Netherlands) Aug 2009 -
Publicity Secretary Leonardo Rolla (Univ. of Buenos Aires, Argentina) Nov 2019 - Dec 2021
Membership Secretary Sebastian Engelke (Univ. of Geneva, Switzerland)   Nov 2019 - Dec 2023
Publications Secretary Herold Dehling (Ruhr-Univ. Bochum, Germany)  July 2018 - June 2022
Scientific Secretary Song Xi Chen (Peking Univ., China)

Aug 2019 - Aug 2024


Geoffrey Grimmett

Jan 2020 - Dec 2023

Ordinary Council Members 2017-2021

  Alexander Aue (UC Davis, USA)  
  Arnak Dalayan (ENSAE / CREST, Paris, France)  
  Ingrid van Keilegom (KU Leuven, Belgium)  
  Mark Podolskij (Aarhus Univ., Denmark)  
  Richard Samworth (Cambridge Univ., UK)  
  Eulália Vares (CBPF, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)  

Ordinary Council Members 2019-2023

  Ingrid K. Glad (Univ. of Oslo, Oslo, Norway)  
  Johanna G. Neslehova (McGill Univ., Canada)  
  Shige Peng (Shandong Univ., China)  
  Gesine Reinert (Oxford Univ., UK)  
  Robert Stelzer (Ulm Univ., Germany)  
  Jianfeng Yao (Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)  


Chairs of Standing Committees

Administrative Committee

Publication Committee Herold Dehling (Ruhr-Univ. Bochum, Germany)   July 2018 - June 2022
Publicity Committee Leonardo Rolla (Univ. of Buenos Aires, Argentina)   Nov 2019 - Dec 2021

Subject Area Committees

Conferences on Stochastic Processes Christina Goldschmidt (Oxford University) Jan 2020 - Dec 2021
Probability and Statistics in the Physical Sciences Michael Beer (Leibniz Univ., Hannover)

Jan 2019 - Dec 2020

Regional Committees

European Marloes Maathuis (ETH, Zurich, Switzerland)  Jan  2019 - Dec 2020
East-Asian and Pacific Bikramjit Das (SUTD, Singapore) Jan 2020 - Dec 2021
Latin America Florencia Leonardi (Univ. of São Paulo, Brazil) July 2019 - April 2021


Young Researchers


Imma Curato (IMF, Ulm University);

Sadro Gallo (Federal Univ. of São Carlo, Brazil);

Zhenhua Lin (NUS, Singapore)

Aug 2020-July 2024

Journal Editors

Bernoulli Markus Reiss (Humboldt Univ., Berlin, Germany) & Mark Podolskij (Aarhus Univ., Denmark)  Jan 2019 - Dec 2021
Stochastic Processes and Their Applications Sylvie Méléard (École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France) April 2018 - March 2021

Web Editors

Bernoulli Society

Soutir Bandyopadhyay (Colorado School of Mines, USA)  July 2018 - June 2021 

Backend Editor

Björn Böttcher (TU Dresden, Germany)  Jan 2005 -

Other Editors

Bernoulli News

Manuele Leonelli (IE Univ., Madrid, Spain)  July 2019 - June 2023 
e-Briefs Carlos Amendola (TU Munich, Germany)  Aug 2018 - July 2021 
Twitter Manager Corina Constantinescu (Univ. of Liverpool, UK)  July 2019 - June 2022 


- Committee Members
- Past and future conferences
- Guidelines for organisers

The Committee for Conferences on Stochastic Processes (CCSP) is a subject area committee of the Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability, under Article 5.2 of its statutes. The objective of CCSP is the advancement of the theory and application of stochastic processes. It will organize international meetings on this subject, and generally play a role in the activities of the International Statistical Institute, that is consistent with this task. The CCSP will conduct its affairs in accordance with the spirit of the statutes of the Bernoulli Society, while retaining autonomy and flexibility, in order to ensure continuity of ideas and goals.

Committee Members



Christina Goldschmidt(UK)


Past Chair:

Zhen-Qing Chen (US)


Active members:

Itai Benjamini (IL)


  Vladimir Bogachev (RU) [2016-2019][2020-2023]

Sandra Cerrai  (US)



Zhen-Qing Chen (US)

[2016-2019][2020-2023] (2020-2021 as Chair)


Ryoki Fukushima (JP)



Nina Gantert (DE)



Christina Goldschmidt (UK)

[2014-2017][2018-2021] [2020-2021 as Chair]


Cristina Toninelli (FR)



Panki Kim (KR)


  Claudio Landim (BR)  [2020-2023]

Greg Lawler (US)

[2020-2021] (chair of LOC for SPA 2019)


Zenghu Li (CN)


  Claudia Klüppelberg (US) [BS president, ex officio]
  Lea Popovic  (CA)   [2018-2021]
  Brian Rider (US) [2016-2019][2020-2023]
  Victor Rivero (MX) [2016-2019] [2020-2023]

Parthanil Roy (IN) 

[2018-2021] first term


Karl-Theodor Sturm (DE)


  Sergei Zuyev (SE) [2020-2021] (Chair of LOC for SPA 2018)

Past and future conferences on stochastic processes and their applications (SPA)

  • 41st 2019 Evanston, Chicago, USA, July 8-12.
  • 40th. 2018 Gothenburg, Sweden, June 11-15 conference website.
  • 39th. 2017 Moscow, Russia, July 24-28, conference website.
  • ........ 2016 No meeting (World Congress, Toronto, Canada, July 11-15, conference website.)
  • 38th. 2015 Oxford, UK, July 13-17, conference website.
  • 37th. 2014 Buenos Aires, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 28 - August 1, conference website, participants 300.
  • 36th. 2013 Boulder, Colorado, USA, July 29 - August 2, 2013, conference website.
  • ........ 2012 No meeting (World Congress, Istanbul, Turkey, July 9-14, conference website.)
  • 35th. 2011 Oaxaca, Mexico, June 19-25, 2011, conference website.
  • 34th. 2010 Osaka, Japan, September 6-10, 2010, conference website, participants 406.
  • 33rd. 2009 Berlin, Germany, July 27-31, 2009, conference website, participants 650.
  • ........ 2008 No meeting (World Congress, Singapore, July 14-19, 2008, conference website.)
  • 32nd. 2007 Champaign-Urbana, Illinois USA, August 5-11, 2007, conference website, participants 200.
  • 31st. 2006 Paris, France, July 17-21, 2006, conference website, participants 550.
  • 30th. 2005 Santa Barbara, California, USA, conference website, participants 150, see the report by Raya Feldman in Bernoulli News 12, No.2, 2005.
  • ........ 2004 No meeting (6th World Congress, Barcelona, July 26-31, 2004, conference website.)
  • 29th. 2003 Angra dos Reis, Brazil
  • 28th. 2002 Melbourne, Australia
  • 27th. 2001 Cambridge, England
  • ........ 2000 No meeting (5th World Congress in Guanajuato)
  • 26th. 1999 Beijing, China
  • 25th. 1998 Corvallis, Oregon, USA
  • 24th. 1997 Viña del Mar, Chile
  • ........ 1996 No meeting (4th World Congress in Vienna)
  • 23rd. 1995 Singapore
  • ........ 1994 No meeting (3rd World Congress in Chapel Hill)
  • 22nd. 1993 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • 21st. 1992 York, Canada
  • 20th. 1991 Nahariya, Israel
  • 19th. 1990 Eisenach, Germany
  • 18th. 1989 Madison, USA
  • 17th. 1988 Rome, Italy
  • 16th. 1987 Stanford, USA
  • 15th. 1985 Nagoya, Japan
  • 14th. 1984 Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 13th. 1983 Cornell, USA
  • 12th. 1982 Clermont-Ferrand, France
  • 11th. 1981 (December) India
  • 10th. 1981 Montreal, Canada
  • ........ 1980 No meeting
  • 9th. 1979 Evanston, USA
  • 8th. 1978 Canberra, Australia
  • 7th. 1977 Enschede, The Netherlands
  • 6th. 1976 Israel
  • 5th. 1975 College Park, Maryland
  • 4th. 1974 York, Canada
  • 3rd. 1973 Sheffield, UK
  • 2nd. 1972 Louvain or Leuven, Belgium
  • 1st.  1971 Rochester, NY, US

Guidelines for organisers of SPAs

The CCSP takes responsibility for general oversight of the SPAs, by interacting with SPAs’ organisers. The CCSP in cooperation with the local organisers, will make sure that there is broad representation on the Scientific Programme Committee and in the speakers, that local facilities are appropriate and that registration fees are reasonable.

Each SPA will have at least two committees: an Organising Committee and a Scientific Programme Committee. Members of these committees are appointed by the organisers, in consultation with CCSP.

The scientific programme of a SPA will typically consists of:

  • Plenary lectures (about 13, including the named ones)
  • Doob lecture*
  • Schramm lecture (Selected by the Doob/Schramm Lecture Committee in collaboration with IMS)
  • Lévy lecture (selected by SPA organizers, sponsored by Elsevier)
  • IMS-Medallion lectures (up to two, selected and sponsored by IMS)
  • Itô Prize lecture (by the Itô Prize winner, sponsored by Elsevier, each second year)
  • Invited sessions (about three lectures each)
  • Contributed sessions
  • Poster sessions

* Selected by the Doob/Schramm Lecture Committee in collaboration with IMS in years divisible by 4 when there is a joint BS-IMS World Congress, and by the Scientific Program Committee of SPA meetings during all other years - sponsored by the Illinois J. of Mathematics.

The Bernoulli Society is led by an Executive Committee and a Council. It has several standing committees for specific administrative functions, the development and advancement of specific subject areas in mathematical statistics and probability theory and their applications, and the support of activities that promote the cooperation within geographical regions.

Who is who in the Bernoulli Society

Committees of the Bernoulli Society

Governing Documents

© Bernoulli Society