BNP2011 in Veracruz, Mexico

Posted in Seminar/Conference by Julyan Arbel on 23 June 2011

Not a banking meeting, BNP2011 is the great workshop on Bayesian Nonparametrics to be held from June 26 to 30 in Veracruz, Mexico (BNP2009 edition took place in Moncalieri, Turin, Italy). It is organized by ISBA (International Society for Bayesian Analysis), as well as the Mexican Statistical Association, which will hold its national Workshop as a satellite on June 25 (and June 26 with common tutorials). I will kill two birds with one stone, and hope that Saturdays tutorials, ¡ in Spanish por favor !, will be accessible to my language skills:

Saturday (Spanish)
Gutiérrez Peña (IIMAS) and Manuel Mendoza Ramírez (ITAM)
Raúl Rueda Díaz del Campo (IIMAS)
Abel Rodríguez (Universidad de California)
Alejandro Jara (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)

Sunday (back to English)
Shui Feng (McMaster University, Canada)
Jaeyong Lee
(Seoul National University, South Korea)
Steve N. MacEachern
(The Ohio State University, USA)
Peter Müller
(UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA.
I am looking forward to these talks, especially after my attendance to Peter Müller conference in Santa Cruz last summer. The poster session will be held on Monday evening, around the swimming pool area. I will present one of the 44 registered posters (some of them from Milan or Pavia). Here is mine on slideshare:

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  1. Sam said, on 17 September 2011 at 02:47

    Bonjour, Julyan!

    I was poking around some stats blogs and just found a link to yours. I am enjoying it so far and look forward to reading more. I hope your research has been going well since the conference.

    • Julyan Arbel said, on 18 September 2011 at 23:11

      Salut Sam,
      t’was great to meet both of you there, and I’m glad to here some news from you. Research is going ok. Do you plan to go to Kyoto in June?

      • Sam said, on 21 September 2011 at 23:47

        I have been thinking about it, but my own research group is hosting an international conference in July 2012 and I’m the chair of the student program committee, so I might not be able to take the time off. Kyoto looks like it’ll be a great conference, though. Are you going?

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