A randomly started population model
In population modelling, it may be the case that the population under consideration was initiated at a random time prior to the observation time. This random time could correspond to immigration to a spatial domain of interest, or mutational events from a different population. In this talk we'll solve a particular model where the population grows stochastically and the initiation time corresponds to mutational events from an exponentially growing population.
This is a roughly weekly series of didactical blackboard talks focussing on some theoretical aspect of Condensed Matter, Biological, and Statistical Physics..