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5th International Workshop on Sequential Monte Carlo Methods (SMC 2020), Madrid (Spain), May 27-29, 2020
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The 5th EAC-ISBA Meeting will be held in Dali, China during June 26 - 27, 2020. This meeting will be a satellite meeting of the 2020 ISBA World Meeting and a special celebration of James O Berger's 70th birthday. The meeting will feature 12 keynote speakers in the...
Villa del Grumello,
Lake of Como, Italy.
University of Texas
Austin, Texas, USA.
Short course on programming with hierarchical statistical models using NIMBLE, June 3-4, 2020 at UC Berkeley
We’ll be holding a two-day training workshop on NIMBLE r-nimble.org), June 3-4, 2020 in Berkeley, California. NIMBLE is a system for building and sharing analysis methods for statistical models, especially for hierarchical models and computationally-intensive methods...
ISBA Election Results, 2019 Election for 2020+ Terms of Office President-Elect: Igor Pruenster, Bocconi University Treasurer: Marian Farah, Zymergen ISBA Board: Laura Ventura, University of Padova Miguel De Carvalho, University of Edinburgh Francois Caron, University...
The Fifth EAC-ISBA Conference: A Satellite Meeting of the 2020 ISBA World Meeting in Celebrating James O Berger’s 70th Birthday
Da Li, Yunan Province,
Seoul National University,
Seoul, South Korea.
Nominations are now being accepted for new ISBA Fellows. Nominees must be current ISBA members and should have been members for the last three consecutive years, at least. The individual's contributions should have had a significant impact in promoting Bayesian ideas...