ABC in Paris, June 26

We are organising a one-day meeting on recent advances on ABC methods in Paris, at Université Paris Dauphine, next June 26, as the final step of our ANR grant Misgepop. There have been so many advances in the past year or so that a sole day seems too short, but speakers should include (separately or jointly)

  • Christophe Andrieu, University of Bristol;
  • David Balding, Imperial College London;
  • Marc Beaumont, University of Reading (whose paper is discussed on that post);
  • Michael Blum, TIMC, Grenoble (whose paper is discussed on that post);
  • Marc Briers, QinetiQ Malvern;
  • Jean-Marie Cornuet, Imperial College London (whose paper is discussed on that post);
  • Arnaud Estoup, CBGP, INRA, Montpellier;
  • Olivier Francois, TIMC, Grenoble (whose paper is discussed on that post);
  • Ajay Jasra, Imperial College London (whose paper is discussed on that post);
  • Christoph Leuenberger, Université de Fribourg (whose paper is discussed on that post);
  • Jean-Michel Marin, Université de Montpellier 2 (whose paper is discussed on that post);
  • Sylvia Richardson, Imperial College London;
  • Oliver Ratman, Imperial College London;
  • Tina Toni, Imperial College London (whose paper is discussed on that post);
  • Richard Wilkinson, University of Sheffield (whose paper is discussed on that post);

and maybe Arnaud Doucet, University of British Columbia & Institute of Statistical Mathematics, as well. This meeting is free and open to anyone interested, with no registration. Details like the detailed program will be posted when available.

2 Responses to “ABC in Paris, June 26”

  1. […] topics, the other hits are about statistical topics! And the list includes Bayes’ Theorem, ABC and SMC. Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)The New […]

  2. […] ABC short bibliography The ISBA Bulletin (March 2009) appeared today with a short bibliography on ABC methods contributed by Scott Sisson. Since I was approached earlier this week with questions about ABC, following advertising for the ABC in Paris meeting next June, I think this can be of some interest for beginners. Obviously, the bibliography is biased towards the publications and preprints of the authors, with the controversial PNAS paper included within the major papers (see also this post), and a preprint of them unavailable so far on the Web, but this is an entry to the topic nonetheless. Several other recent references have been mentioned on this blog, most links being available on the first post about ABC in Paris. […]

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