Stochastic Analysis in winter term 2014/15
Dates:  Thursdays, 10:15 to 11:45 in room PR 2.02.01 (lecture hall, 2nd floor) at Parkring 11 in GarchingHochbrück. Start: 9th October 2014 
Instructor:  Prof. Dr. Noam Berger 
Prerequisites:  Probability Theory 
Content:  Martingales in continuous time, Brownian motion: construction and properties, Donsker's invariance principle, Stochastic integrals, Ito's formula, stochastic differential equations, Girsanov's theorem 
Literature:  (no material other than a pencil and a brain will be allowed in the exams)

Lecture notes from 2011/12 are available here. 
Final exam
Dates:  1st EXAM: Thu 19.02.15, 13h0014h30, 101, Interims Hörsaal 1 (5620.01.101). *** Here you can find the text of the first exam! ***
2nd EXAM: Wed 01.04.15, 15h0016h30, 102, Interims Hörsaal 2 (5620.01.102). 
Postexam review:  Review of the first exam: Tuesday, March the 3rd, in the usual lecture room in Hochbrück (PR 2.02.01, 2nd floor), from 11h00 until 12h30. 
Dates of classes:  Group 1: Thursdays of even weeks, 12:15  13:45, Start: 16th October ATTENTION! The class of the 4th December has been replaced because of the Dies Academicus. New possible dates are December the 3rd, 10h3012h00, or December the 5th, 12h3014h00 Same room. DOUBLE ATTENTION!! The room for the 3rd, 10h3012h00, has been changed. The lecture will take place in Room 0.01.04, in the Edeka building. The lecture on the 5th is instead in the usual room. Sorry for the mess!
************************************ There will be a Q&A session on Thursday the 12th of February, from 10h30 to 12h00 in the main lecture room. If you want any topic/exercise to be repeated, or you have question of (almost) any kind on the course, send me (Michele) an email beforehand. We will also discuss some exercises from Sheet 8 (no homework there, no online solutions...). *********************************** See dates and rooms 
Organization of classes:  Michele Salvi 
Bonus system:  Your homework will be corrected and rated with points. Through the continuous participation in the exercise course you can receive a bonus on your exam grade. If you achieve at least 50 % of all achievable points, you will get a bonus of one grade level on the grade of your exam if passed (i.e., 1.7 becomes 1.3, 2.3 becomes 2.0, 3.0 becomes 2.7, etc.). Improving the grade 1.0 or failed exams is not possible. This bonus counts only for the two exams corresponding to this lecture. 
Please work in a group of two or three on your homework and hand in the homework in English. You can either hand in your homework in the lecture (or in the early group for Group 1) or drop it into the blue box next to Hörsaal 2.02.01 (Parkring 11).
If you have any questions concerning the exercise classes, please contact Michele Salvi.