Posts Tagged ‘ Travel ’

Merci taxi!

February 9, 2011
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Merci taxi!

I am in Montpellier today for a general meeting of our EMILE ANR grant bi-yearly meeting, discussing ABC model choice and new applications of simulation methods in population genetics, including an upgrade of DIYABC into the 2.0 version. (The above is a picture comparing “true” Bayes factors with ABC versions, commented in my Zürich talk

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Latent Gaussian Models im Zürich [day 2]

February 6, 2011
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Latent Gaussian Models im Zürich [day 2]

The second day at the Latent Gaussian Models workshop in Zürich was equally interesting. Among the morning talks, let me mention Daniel Bové who gave a talk connected with the hyper-g prior paper he wrote with Leo Held (commented in an earlier post) and the duo of Janine Illian and Daniel Simpson who gave enthusiastic

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Séminaire à Lyon

January 17, 2011
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Séminaire à Lyon

Next week, I am going to Lyon to give a seminar in Université Lyon I. I will talk about the recent Rao-Blackwellisation papers we wrote, hopefully managing to make sense with both statisticians and probabilists, unlike in recent talks of mine in probability seminars… The slides are close to those I presented in Wharton last

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Poster at MCMSki III

December 28, 2010
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Poster at MCMSki III

Here is the poster presented at MCMSki III next week by Pierre Jacob about our joint paper on parallelisation:Filed under: R, Statistics, Travel Tagged: Adapski, MCMC, MCMSki, Metropolis-Hastings, Monte Carlo Statistical Methods, parallelisation, pos...

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Back from Philly

December 20, 2010
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Back from Philly

The conference in honour of Larry Brown was quite exciting, with lots of old friends gathered in Philadelphia and lots of great talks either recollecting major works of Larry and coauthors or presenting fairly interesting new works. Unsurprisingly, a large chunk of the talks was about admissibility and minimaxity, with John Hartigan starting the day

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Disas-tea-R at dawn

December 16, 2010
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Disas-tea-R at dawn

This was bound to happen sooner or later, given my addiction to tea and sleepless nights, so I eventually managed to spill a cup of tea over my Mac… I had been working for a few hours in my hotel room in Philadelphia, completing an ABC paper with Jean-Michel Marin and Robin Ryder. We had

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Adap’skiii [latest]

December 13, 2010
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Adap’skiii [latest]

Just to point out there still is room for more participants to the Adap’skiii workshop! We have now reached 60 participants for this Utah workshop and would welcome more, quite obviously! All participants are also free to present a poster on the evening of the 4th, in the bar. Filed under: pictures, R, Statistics, Travel,

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Adap’skiii program

October 19, 2010
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Adap’skiii program

We have just posted the (mostly definitive) program for Adap’skii, January 3-4, The Canyons, Utah. This is taking place just before and as a satellite of the larger MCMSki III conference, January 4-7, same location. The registration for the conference and for lodging is available through the  MCMCSki III registration page, Remember also that this

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Postdoc position in computational Bayesian statistics

October 14, 2010
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Postdoc position in computational Bayesian statistics

Here is an announcement I received that should interest potential postdocs (willing to come to Paris). The location is on the Orsay campus, south of Paris. In the framework of the ANR-funded Metacoli project which aims at identifying the metabolic underpinnings of the lifestyle diversity in the E. coli species, Genoscope (the genomics institute of

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Pre-ordinary meeting

October 7, 2010
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Pre-ordinary meeting

Those are the slides for the (basic) introduction of the paper by Mark Girolami and Ben Calderhead at the RSS next week. Not to be confused with my comments on the paper.Filed under: R, Statistics, Travel, University life Tagged: Hamiltonian, Langevi...

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