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ABC in Grenoble conference

19 Février 2020

Catégorie : Conférence internationale

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 but registration is mandatory. Register on the website:
Confirmed speakers and sessions (more to come) are:
Misspecified models
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)
ABC via the Energy Statistic (joint with Julyan Arbel, Hongliang Lü, Florence Forbes)
Best regards,
Julyan Arbel, Simon Barthelmé, Florences Forbes