Events

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Most events/ conference organized under the IBS (including Belgian region Quetelet) propose reduced rates. Be sure to check on websites and with organizer !

International Biometric Conference, 10 – 15 July 2022

31st edition, Riga, Latvia

Experience a diverse program built by IBS members, statisticians, mathematicians, biological scientists, students, and other devoted to interdisciplinary efforts in advancing the collection and interpretation of information in biosciences. Hosted by the Nordic-Baltic Region of the IBS, we look forward to welcoming you safely to Riga for a valuable educational and inclusive community event.

 


Non-Clinical Statistics Conference

More information on https://ncs-conference.org/.

 

Summer school on Advanced Bayesian Methods

12-16 September 2022

The Interuniversity Institute for Biostatistics and statistical Bioinformatics can finally organize for the 4th time the summer school on Bayesian methods. After two years that the pandemic ruled the world and blocked our initiative, we are glad that we can restart our summer school on Advanced Bayesian methods. As before, the focus is on novel Bayesian methods relevant for the applied statistician.

In the third edition of the summer school, the following two courses will be organized in Leuven from 12 to 16 September 2022:

  • Three-day course (12-14 September) on Bayesian analysis of infectious disease outbreak data by Dr. Philip O’Neill (University of Nottingham, UK)
  • Two-day course (15-16 September) on Bayesian inference in latent variable models by Dr. Paul Gustafson (University of British Columbia, Canada)

Note that one is registered to the course, ONLY when the registration costs have been paid. The deadline for registration is July 31, 2022.

More information about the courses and practicalities (registration, location, transportation, etc.) can be found in due time on https://ibiostat.be or in the attached document.

 


8th Channel Network Conference (CNC)

Wednesday 7th April 2021 to Friday 9th April 2021

 

The Quetelet Society organises together with the British, French, Irish and Netherlands regions the Channel Network Conference (CNC). This was supposed to take place in the wonderful city of Paris. However, because of the pandemic, it will take place as an online conference. I hope that this will not withhold you from joining us!
Apart from the contributed sessions, we have selected a few invited sessions on emerging topics, all with very good speakers:

  • Integrating and analyzing data from different sources (Data Integration)
  • Statistical modeling in movement ecology
  • Infectious diseases

Two keynotes will be given by Jeanine Houwing-Duistermaat and Mathias Drton.

Finally, we offer three short courses:

  • Deep learning with R
  • Co-data learning in high dimensional prediction problems
  • Non-parametric Bayesian methods for classification

Check it out yourself: https://cnc21.sciencesconf.org/