je reviendrai à Montréal [MCM 2017]

November 2, 2016

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

Next summer of 2017, the biennial International Conference on Monte Carlo Methods and Applications (MCM) will take place in Montréal, Québec, Canada, on July 3-7. This is a mathematically-oriented meeting that works in alternance with MCqMC and that is “devoted to the study of stochastic simulation and Monte Carlo methods in general, from the theoretical viewpoint and in terms of their effective applications in different areas such as finance, statistics, machine learning, computer graphics, computational physics, biology, chemistry, and scientific computing in general. It is one of the most prominent conference series devoted to research on the mathematical aspects of stochastic simulation and Monte Carlo methods.” I attended one edition in Annecy three years ago and enjoyed very much the range of topics and backgrounds. The program is under construction and everyone is warmly invited to contribute talks or special sessions, with a deadline on January 20, 2017. In addition, Montréal is a Monte Carlo Mecca of sorts with leading researchers in the field like Luc Devroye and Pierre Lécuyer working there. (And a great place to visit in the summer!)

Filed under: pictures, R, Running, Statistics, Travel Tagged: Annecy, Canada, conference, Luc Devroye, MCM, MCM 2017, MCQMC, Monte Carlo methods, Monte Carlo Statistical Methods, Montréal, Pierre Lecuyer, Québec, stochastic simulation

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