Subjective Bayes 14-16 December 2009
This workshop will draw together researchers active in the philosophy, practice or psychology of subjective probabilistic inference. Anyone with an interest in subjective Bayesian analysis is welcome to participate.
NEW: Talk Slides and Supplementary Material for each talk now available
Information for Participants available here
Programme is now available
Keynote speakers who have already accepted our invitation include
Jim Berger (Statistics Dept, Duke)
Nick Chater (Psychology Dept, UCL)
Roger Cooke (Resources for the Future and TU Delft)
Lawrence Phillips (Operations Research Group, LSE)
Jonathan Rougier (Statistics Dept, Bristol)
Teddy Seidenfeld (Philosophy Dept, Carnegie Mellon)
Glenn Shafer (Business School, Rutgers)
Robert Winkler (Fuqua School of Business, Duke)
All participants are invited to submit a talk or poster on the theme of the workshop which will be refereed in early October.
Abstract Submission - now closed (deadline: 29 Sept 2009)
Registration - now closed (deadline: 1 Nov 2009)
We also aim to provide some funding for PhD students and young researchers, who will have an excellent opportunity to interact with the invited participants. We expect that many young statisticians will benefit from the meeting.
The meeting organisers are:
Jim Smith (J.Q.Smith@warwick.ac.uk)
Tony O'Hagan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
John Aston (J.A.D.Aston@warwick.ac.uk)
Send an email to John Aston if you would like to join the workshop mailing list.