MCMSki IV, Jan. 6-8, 2014, Chamonix (news #6)

June 26, 2013

(This article was first published on Xi'an's Og » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

More news about MCMSki IV:

First, the 9 invited and the 16 contributed sessions are about to be set into the program by the scientific committee. It should appear any time now: stay tuned.

Second, after looking a wee bit around for handling the abstract, I decided to create a dedicated blog, MCMSki IV: poster abstracts. If you intend to present a poster at MCMSki IV, send an email to me with surname, name (institution): title as the subject, abstract and keywords (and possibly a link to a paper) as the body of the mail. Obviously, suggestions for free and more efficient ways of doing this (i.e. storing and presenting and indexing poster abstracts) are most welcome!

Best wishes for the (northern) summer and the (southern) winter, with hopefully opportunities to hone your skiing skills…!

Filed under: Mountains, R, Statistics, University life Tagged: Alps, Chamonix, France, ISBA conference, MCMC, MCMSki IV, Mont Blanc, Monte Carlo Statistical Methods, parallel sessions, posters, simulation, ski, statistical software

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