Un colloque sur les méthodes bayésiennes approchées (ABC) à Grenoble se tiendra à Grenoble en Mars, ci-dessous l'appel à contributions.
The ABC in ... workshop series continues in Grenoble, France, on March 19-20 2020. We are still accepting contributions for oral presentations and posters, the deadline for submissions is on Feb. 21.
The workshop is free (incl. meals) but registration is mandatory. Register on our website:
Confirmed speakers and sessions (more to come) are:
Guillaume Dehaene (EPFL, Switzerland) TBA
Gael Martin (Monash University, Australia) Focused Bayesian Prediction (joint with Ruben Loaiza-Maya, David T. Frazier)
Tommaso Rigon (Duke University, USA) A generalized Bayes framework for probabilistic clustering (joint with Amy Herring and David Dunson)
Neural-network related techniques
Flora Jay (Université Paris-Saclay, France) Deep learning for population size history inference: design, comparison and combination with approximate Bayesian computation
Pierre-Alexandre Mattei (Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée, France) Partially Exchangeable Networks and Architectures for Learning Summary Statistics in Approximate Bayesian Computation (joint with Samuel Wiqvist, Umberto Picchini, Jes Frellsen)
Advanced computational techniques
Umberto Picchini (Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg, Sweden) Stratified sampling and bootstrapping for approximate Bayesian computation (joint with Richard G. Everitt)
Dennis Prangle (Newcastle University, UK) Distilling importance sampling
Hien D. Nguyen (La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) A Bayesian indirect inference approach to fitting mixtures of ARMA models
Grenoble is the largest city in the French Alps, and easily accessible by train from Paris, Lyon or Geneva.
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