O’Bayes 2011 program

The program of the O’Bayes 2011 meeting in Shanghai is now on-line. The first day, June 11, is a tutorial session given by the organisers, as usual, and I will give a short talk on computational methods (Monte Carlo, MCMC and ABC) for Bayesian inference. The regular talks start on Sunday, June 12, and close on Wednesday, June 15, with two afternoon breaks on June 13 and 14, including a cruise on the Huangpu river. The venue for the workshop is  on Putuo Campus, ECNU. The early registration is extended till May 15 and the final deadline is May 31. Again, this is a good opportunity to meet new Bayesians from China and to explore Shanghai on the side… (I will unfortunately do little of this, being due in Paris on the 13th, and so spending only 30 hours in China, and thus missing a large chunk of the workshop.)

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