Eighth Workshop on


CNR-IMATI, Milan (MI), Italy

June, 6-8, 2013

Contributed talks:

  • Alexandros Beskos (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
    Sequential Monte-Carlo methods for applications in high dimensions
    Abstract BISP8.17
  • Paul Blackwell (University of Sheffield, UK)
    Simulation-based bayesian inference for animal movement in continuous time
    Abstract BISP8.18
  • Jake Carson (University of Nottingham, UK)
    What drives the glacial-interglacial cycle? A Bayesian approach to a long-standing model selection problem
    Abstract BISP8.19
  • Christopher C. Drovandi (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
    Bayesian experimental design for stochastic biological models with computational demanding likelihoods
    Abstract BISP8.20
  • Sandra Fortini (Bocconi University, Milano)
    Predictive characterization of priors for Bayesian inference for Markov exchangeable processes
    Abstract BISP8.21
  • Andrew Golightly (Newcastle University, UK)
    Auxiliary particle MCMC schemes for partially observed diffusion processes
    Abstract BISP8.22
  • Edward Knock (University of Nottingham, UK)
    Bayesian non-parametric inference for stochastic epidemic models
    Abstract BISP8.23
  • Samuel Kou (Harvard University, USA)
    Bayesian multi-resolution inference of stochastic models from partially observed data
    Abstract BISP8.24
  • Simo Särkkä (Aalto University, Finland)
    Importance sampling of discretely observed multivariate diffusion processes via the Girsanov theorem
    Abstract BISP8.25
  • Scott C. Schmidler (Duke University, USA)
    Bayesian inference for correlated diffusions in shape spaces with applications to phylogenetics
    Abstract BISP8.26

last update: 9/9/2012

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