University of Warwick, 21-23 July 2021
This conference is primarily aimed at postgraduate research students interested in mathematical and statistical aspects of population genetics, including phylogenetics, phylodynamics, coalescent theory, stochastic processes in population genetics, computational statistics and machine learning for genomics.
The meeting will be held in person at Warwick, and will mainly consist of contributed talks by attendees, as well as plenary sessions by senior researchers. A poster reception will be held on Wednesday evening, and a conference dinner on Thursday evening.
The conference programme can be found here.
Prof Richard Durbin (Cambridge)
Dr Michelle Kendall (Warwick)
Dr Leo Speidel (UCL)
Dr Jere Koskela (Warwick)
Registration and abstract submission
Registration and abstract submission have now closed.
This conference is kindly supported by the London Mathematical SocietyLink opens in a new window and by the Warwick Department of Statistics.
Research Students' Conference in Population Genetics 2022
The sequel can be found here.