News And Announcements

Editorial Board changes, 2024

1 February 2024

We want to thank Onno Boxma, Hosam Mahmoud and Jingchen Liu for their time on the editorial board. Their contribution to the APT journals over the years has been invaluable. 

It is our pleasure to announce the following Editors have accepted invitations to join the APT Board: Sem Borst, Linan Chen, Stephen Connor, Krzysztof Debicki, Erik Ekström, Subhroshekhar Ghosh, Emma Horton, Offer Kella, Martin Larsson, Leonardo Rolla, Denis Villemonais, Minmin Wang, and Olivier Wintenberger.

Applied Probability Journal Editorial Board

Daryl John Daley, 4 April 1939 – 16 April 2023

1 January 2024

An internationally acclaimed researcher in applied probability and a gentleman of great kindness

Daryl Daley Obituary

Applied Probability Trust, Events Page

1 December 2023

The Applied Probability Trust office maintains a probability community events page which you can view here. We encourage everyone organising or attending an event to let the APT office know so we can list it on this page.

Applied Probability Trust Events Page

Applied Probability Trust, Jobs Page

22 June 2023

The Applied Probability Trust is pleased to unveil a new Job Advert page. This page allows colleagues to list jobs which might be of interest to the global applied probability community. 

We hope that this centralised page reduces the need for candidates to monitor many different pages and opens positions to the global pool of job seekers. 

An additional aspect to this jobs page is a mailing list catalogue which will develop over time. This catalogue contains information about country wide mailing lists which new probabilists can join after they move to a new country.

Applied Probability Trust, Ukraine Statement

10 May 2022

The unprovoked invasion of Ukraine by the Russian government, and the Russian government’s crackdown on dissenting voices within Russia, have shocked and saddened the Trustees of the Applied Probability Trust. Our sympathy is with the citizens of Ukraine, with those dissenting voices within Russia, and with all civilians (of whatever nationality) who are endangered by this war.

The Trust hopes to find some meaningful way to help support those applied probabilists who have been adversely impacted by the current circumstances. If you have been affected, please check the Applied Probability Trust funding opportunities page in the coming months for further information. 

Alternatively, you can register interest with the Applied Probability Trust office (, so as to be notified when an APT support mechanism has been identified.