Levi (Finland), 12-14 Mar 2023
The workshop in Bayesian Inference of Epidemic is a satellite event of Bayescomp 2023. Link opens in a new window
The workshop aims at collecting recent advances in the field of Bayesian methods applied in the epidemic settings and it will include, among others, key topics such as:
- DA-MCMC for epidemics
- Sequential learning of infectious disease dynamics
- Spatial models for epidemics
- Evidence synthesis and conflicts when analysing epidemic data
- Integration of genetic information and case-data
The workshop comprises a series of Keynote, Invited and Contributed talk. It alsos include a tutorial, a poster session and roundtables/discussions.
The event is set to start on the evning of Sun 12th of Mar (6PM) and finish on the evening of Tue 14th of March, just before the beginning of the main Bayescomp event on Wed 15th of Mar.
- Simon CauchemezLink opens in a new window, Institute Pasteur
- Christiane FuchsLink opens in a new window, Universitat Bielefeld
- Volodymyr MininLink opens in a new window, University of California, Irvine
- Pierre NouvelletLink opens in a new window, University of Sussex
We are very happy to annouce that a tutorial talk will be delivered by TJ McKinleyLink opens in a new window on Mon 13th.
There will be an evening talk by Simon SpencerLink opens in a new window on Sun 12th (6PM to 8PM). This talk will provide a gentle introduction to the field and outline the main challenges of this context.
List of invited speakers
We welcome submissions to contributed talks and posters. Use the form at this link Link opens in a new windowto submit your abstract by the 14th of October.
You are warmly encouraged to submit an abstract also to the main Bayescomp 2023 Link opens in a new windowconference. This can be the same abstract (hence you could present your poster twice) or a differernt abstract. Please note that acceptance to the satellite event does not imply acceptance to the main Bayescomp conference.
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