Final Informations about the Winter School on
               Toulouse, January 10-14, 2005

  The school will provide young as well as expert scientists with
the  recent probabilistic tools developed for the investigation
of high-dimensional systems. It is part of the European Network
"Phenomena in High Dimension". It  will be composed of the
following five courses:

  I.Benjamini (Rehovot) ``Random walks and Percolation on graphs''

  C.Borell (Goteborg) ``Minkowski sums in Gaussian analysis''

  K.Johansson (Stockholm) ``Determinantal Processes in Random Matrix Theory''

  G.Lugosi (Barcelona) ``Concentration of Functions of Independent Random

  R.Schneider (Freiburg) ``Convexity in Stochastic Geometry''

The conference webpage
has been updated. The main news are:

*POSTERS: participants will have the possibility to present posters
   in the lobby of the conference building. Please contact the organizers
   on the first day of the school for practical matters.

*DINNER PARTY: a banquet will be organized for all participants for
   Thursday , January 13, beginning at 8 pm (main dish: duck). Every
   participant interested in attending must register no later than
   MONDAY AFTERNOON to the local organizers. We will ask a participation
   of 15 Euros, to be paid at registration.

*FINANCIAL SUPPORT: we have been not been able to provide a financial
   support to all the participants who were applying for it. However
   the situation may evolve, and we may be able to give a partial support
   to more participants. So if you asked for support (and whether you got
   a positive answer or not), we advise you to come to Toulouse with a
   copy of your train or plane tickets (showing the price) and detailled
   bank coordinates.

*COMPUTERS: Participants who bring their laptop will have the possibility
   to connect via available RJ45 ethernet cables, or via a WIFI access
   They should make sure that their computer has been configurated for the
   DHCP protocol. Our system administrator will be available on Monday
   from 4 to 5 pm to solve connexion problems, if any.


               F. Barthe
               M. Ledoux