Bayesian Methods for the Social Sciences [and for the Parisians]

[Reposting the announcement of a Bayesian conference in Paris, next October, with a fabulous list of friends speakers! Note that this is the week prior to our Fusion workshop at CIRM, Marseille. And to BNP.]

This three-day workshop will gather statisticians, mathematicians and social scientists around the theme of Bayesian statistical methods for the social sciences. This area has been growing rapidly in the past decade, and the speakers will include some of the leading researchers in the area from around the World.

The first day will consist of tutorial introductions to Bayesian inference, demography and social network analysis. Days 2 and 3 will consist of talks and posters on cutting-edge research in the area. The workshop is sponsored by the Fondation des Sciences Mathématiques de Paris (FSMP), and the tutorial sessions are organised jointly with the French Institute of Mathematics for Planet Earth.

It will be held in person at the Institut Henri Poincaré in Paris from October 19 to 21, 2022.

One Response to “Bayesian Methods for the Social Sciences [and for the Parisians]”

  1. Me and my grandson reading !

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