MCqMC 2016

January 18, 2016

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

San Francisco, Aug. 05, 2010After the MCqMC 2014 conference in Leuven I enjoyed very much, the MCqMC 2016 instalment takes place in Stanford this (late) summer. I cannot alas attend it, as I will be in Australia all summer winter, but the program looks terrific! As Art’s tutorial so brilliantly showed at MCMskv last week, the connections between the quasi-Monte Carlo and Bayesian computational communities are underdeveloped. This is thus a great opportunity to reach across the gap (and Stanford is definitely warmer than San Francisco in the summer!). I thus encourage all MCMskv participants, BayesComp members, and ‘Og’s readers to attend! (Warning, the registrations fees are $500.) In particular, [contributed] sessions can be proposed till Feb. 22.

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