University of Warwick, 11-13 December 2019
The aims of this workshop are to bring together researchers at the frontiers of probability and statistical inference in population genetics. The workshop is the 3rd edition of a series with earlier events in 2015 and 2012.
Population genetics has a long history, and has been the motivation behind many well known advances in probability and statistics. It is currently being further revolutionized by progress in DNA sequencing technologies. There is an enticement to develop ever more sophisticated stochastic models in order to make more refined predictions and to apply them to more complex datasets, raising many new challenges in maintaining statistical and computational efficiency.
The programme can be found here. We encourage those registering to contribute to a poster session.
- Ellen Baake (Bielefeld)
- Jochen Blath (TU Berlin)
- Iulia Dahmer (JGU Mainz)
- Alison Etheridge (Oxford)
- Richard Everitt (Reading)
- Kari Heine (Bath)
- Asger Hobolth (Aarhus)
- Jerome Kelleher (Oxford Big Data Institute)
- Amaury Lambert (Sorbonne & Collegè de France)
- Martin Möhle (EKU Tübingen)
- Julia Palacios (Stanford)
- Adam Siepel (Cold Spring Harbor Lab)
- Amandine Véber (École Polytechnique)
- Anton Wakolbinger (Frankfurt)
- Anita Winter (Duisburg Essen)
There will be a poster reception on the evenings of 11 December, taking place in the lobby of the Zeeman Building. Submissions (title and abstract) are to be submitted via the relevant webform, in addition to completing the normal registration process. There will also be an opportunity to present a short summary of your poster as a brief talk in a Poster Summaries session earlier in the same day.