Category: conference

MaxEnt 2019

For those who definitely do not want to attend O’Bayes 2019 in Warwick,  the Max Ent 2019 conference is taking place at the Max Planck Institute for plasma physics in Garching, near Münich, (south) Germany at the same time. Registration is still open at a reduced rate and it is yet not too late to […]

BayesComp 20 [full program]

The full program is now available on the conference webpage of BayesComp 20, next 7-10 Jan 2020. There are eleven invited sessions, including one j-ISBA session, and a further thirteen contributed sessions were selected by the scientific committee. Calls are still open for tutorials on Tuesday 07 January (with two already planed on Nimble and […]

Bayesian econometrics in St. Andrews

A call I received for the incoming 2019 edition of the European Seminar on Bayesian Econometrics (ESOBE), sponsored by the EFaB section of ISBA, which is going to be held at the University of St Andrews in Scotland on Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 September, 2019. I have attended an earlier edition in Venezia and […]

BayesComp 20 [registration open]

The registration page is now open for BayesComp 20, in Gainesville, Florida, next 7-10 Jan 2020. The fees are quite moderate, imho, given the fact that they cover all breaks (if not the conference dinner). Deadline for these early rates is August 14. There will also be travel support from various sponsors, with deadline for […]

BayesComp 20: call for contributed sessions!

Just to remind readers of the incoming deadline for BayesComp sessions: The deadline for providing a title and brief abstract that the session is April 1, 2019. Please provide the names and affiliations of the organizer and the three speakers (the organizer can be one of them). Each session lasts 90 minutes and each talk […]

Siem Reap conference

As I returned from the conference in Siem Reap. on a flight avoiding India and Pakistan and their [brittle and bristling!] boundary on the way back, instead flying far far north, near Arkhangelsk (but with nothing to show for it, as the flight back was fully in the dark), I reflected how enjoyable this conference […]

off to Cambodia

Today, I am off to Cambodia for a small conference on Data Science and Finance, mostly finance, actually!, put together by a group of French and Cambodian colleagues and taking place in Siem Reap near the fabulous temples of Angkor Wat. Expect pictures in the following posts if I manage to stand the heat and […]

O’Bayes 19: registration and travel support

An update about the O’Bayes 19 conference next June-July:  the early registration period has now opened. And there should be funds for supporting early-career researchers, thanks to Google and CNRS sponsorships, as detailed below: Early-career researchers less than four years from PhD, are invited to apply for early-career scholarships. If you are a graduate student, […]

O’Bayes 2019: poster deadline extension

For potential participants to the ISBA O’Bayes 2019 conference in Warwick next June 28 – July 02, that is, almost everyone except the participants who have already submitted!, this post is to announce that the deadline for poster submission has just been extended till March 15, to account for BNP 12 potential participants having not […]

plenary speakers for BayesComp 20[20]

As a co-chair of the incoming ISBA BayesComp 2020 in Gainesville, Florida, 7-10 January 2020. I am very glad to broadcast that the four plenary speakers for the conference are David Blei (Columbia U) Paul Fearnhead (U Lancaster) Emily Fox (U Washington) Max Welling (U Amsterdam) There will soon be a call for contributed sessions, […]

O’Bayes 2019: speakers, discussants, posters!

The program for the next O’Bayes conference in Warwick, 28 June-02 July, 2019, is now set. Speakers and discussants have been contacted by the scientific committee and accepted our invitation! As usual, there will be poster sessions on the nights of 29 and 30 June and the call is open for poster submissions, until January […]