Xi’an Australian Tour 2012

Here is my schedule (so far) for my Australian trip this summer/winter… Looking forward meeting loads of interesting people, problems and places!

Tour Schedule

Date Host Institution Venue Time Title
12 July Australian Statistical Conference Meeting Room 11 9:30 am Approximate Bayesian Computation for model selection
13 July University of Adelaide TBC TBC TBC
16 July University of NSW Via AGR 2 pm ABC methods for Bayesian model choice
17 July University of Western Sydney TBC TBC Rao-Blackwellisation of sampling schemes
26 July University of Melbourne Russell Love theatre, Richard Berry (Bldg 160) 2 pm Approximate Bayesian computation (ABC): advances and limitations
26 July AMSI Public Lecture TBC
6 pm Simulation as a universal tool for statistics
27 July Monash University, Econometrics and Business Statistics seminar TBC
2 pm ABC methods for Bayesian model choice
14 August Australian National University Seminar Room G35, John Dedman (Bldg 27) 2 pm Approximate Bayesian computation (ABC): advances and limitations
15 August University of Wollongong CSSM Meeting (Goulburn) Rao-Blackwellisation of sampling schemes
20 August University of Queensland Room N201, Building 50 2 pm Rao-Blackwellisation of sampling schemes
21 August Queensland University of Technology GP-Z1064 Gibson Room TBC ABC methods for Bayesian model choice
21 August Queensland University of Technology GP-Z1064 Gibson Room TBC
Simulation as a universal tool for statistics

3 Responses to “Xi’an Australian Tour 2012”

  1. T es un grand malade… ;)
    ce programme est juste hallucinant…

  2. Will you be in or near Sydney in August (I see you’re scheduled to be in Wollongong on the 15th), and if so, would you be interesting in giving a talk at Macquarie University in Sydney? We have a small but active computational linguistics and machine learning group, and your work on MCMC has been very influential on us.

    Contact me via email if you’re interested — we’d be very pleased if you’d visit.

  3. [...] Robert has published the dates for his Australian tour. I’m not particularly interested in ABC but the talk on Rao-Blackwellisation looks [...]

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