As an activity in the EU funded Research and Innovation Staff Exchange programme CHallenges in Preservation of Structure (CHiPS), our department at Chalmers and GU hosted a week-long school on stochastic PDE. Stig Larsson gave excellent lectures, starting from the basic definition of a Q-Wiener process, stretching to the latest research results on convergence of FEM applied to linear (and some non-linear) SPDE. Andreas Petersson also demonstrated some Python code for solving the stochastic heat equation using FEniCS. More information about the school, including the lecture slides of Stig, are available on the school’s webpage.