University of Warwick, 29 June - 02 July 2019
Objective Bayes methodology conference
O'Bayes 2019 is dedicated to facilitate the exchange of recent research developments in objective Bayes theory, methodology and applications, and related topics, to provide opportunities for new researchers, and to establish new collaborations and partnerships. The meeting is the biennial meeting of the Objective Bayes section of the International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA).
This will be the 13th meeting of one of the longest running and preeminent meetings in Bayesian statistics, following earlier meetings held in West Lafayette, IN, USA, 1996; Valencia, Spain, 1998; Ixtapa, Mexico, 2000; Granada, Spain, 2002; Aussois, France, 2003; Branson, MO, USA, 2005; Roma, Italy, 2007; Philadelphia, PA, USA, 2009; Shanghai, China, 2011; Durham, NC, USA 2013; Valencia, Spain 2015; and Austin, TX, USA, 2018.
A safe ISBA meeting
Please note that attendees to this meeting are expected to share our commitment to safeISBA . Compliance with ASA’s Ethical Guidelines for Statistical Practice and ISBA Code of Conduct is required of and tacitely endoresed by all participants.
- Marilena Barbieri, Universita di Roma
- Ed George, Univ Pennsylvania,
- Brunero Liseo, Universita di Roma,
- Luis Pericchi, University of Puerto-Rico,
- Judith Rousseau, Universite of Oxford,
- Christian Robert, Universite Paris-Dauphine & University of Warwick
Local organizing committee
Mark Steel, University of Warwick
- Cristiano Villa, University of Kent
Christian Robert, Universite Paris-Dauphine & University of Warwick
PhD students, post-docs and more senior researchers working in the field of objective Bayesian statistics, non-parametric Bayesian methods, Bayesian decision theory, and Bayesian machine learning are all invited to take part in the conference and to present their results during the lively poster sessions. Theoretical, methodological and applied contributions are all welcomed for a poster presentation.
In order to promote the participation of a large number of participants, registration fees will be kept as low as possible.
The 21 speakers contacted by the Scientifice committee and listed on the Speakers & Discussants page have agreed to take part in the conference and present their recent work(s) on a topic related with Objective Bayes issues. Sixteen discussants have also agreed to discuss one or two papers presented at the conference.
There will be two poster sessions on the evenings of 29 and 30 June, taking place in the lobby of the Mathematical Sciences Building. Submissions are to be sent by email or mail to Christian Robert before January 31 as a one page pdf file containing the poster or title, abstract and references.
Joint package :
A noteworthy connection is that the conference O'Bayes 2019 is immediately after the Bayesian non-parametric BNP 2019 conference, taking place in Oxford on 24-28 June 2019, and being close enough, in both travel time (45mn by direct train) and distance (70 miles), not to mention topics, to benefit members of both Objective Bayes and Bayesian non-parametric communities, who should consider joint attendance.