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Winter Term 2013/14

You are cor­di­ally in­vited to at­tend the talks in sem­inar room D4.0.022 (Build­ing D4, ground level) on Fri­days at 9:00am.

Oc­to­ber 18

    Marius Hofert
(De­part­ment of Mathem­at­ics, ETH Zürich):
    Stat­ist­ical and com­pu­ta­tional aspects of nes­ted Archimedean cop­u­las and bey­ond

    > Ab­stract     > Talk

Oc­to­ber 25

Papaspili­opoulos (ICREA and Uni­versitat Pom­peu Fabra, Bar­celona, Spain):
    Op­timal fil­ter­ing and the dual pro­cess

    > Ab­stract
     > Talk

Novem­ber 8

    David Ed­wards
(Aar­hus Uni­versity, Den­mark):
    Some con­tex­t-spe­cific graph­ical mod­els for dis­crete lon­git­ud­inal data

    > Ab­stract     > Talk

Novem­ber 15

    Mike Smith
(Mel­bourne Busi­ness School, Uni­versity of Mel­bourne):
    Es­tim­a­tion of Cop­ula Mod­els With Dis­crete Mar­gins via Bayesian Data Aug­ment­a­tion
    > Ab­stract     > Talk

Novem­ber 22

    Stochastics, Eco­nom­ics and Ar­chi­tec­ture:
    Open­ing con­fer­ence of the In­sti­tute for Stat­ist­ics and Mathem­at­ics at the new WU Cam­pus

Decem­ber 6

    Maria Kalli (Busi­ness School, Can­ter­bury Christ Church Uni­versity):
    Bayesian Semi­para­met­ric vector autore­gress­ive mod­els

    > Ab­stract     > Talk

    Jim Griffin
(School of Mathem­at­ics, Stat­ist­ics & Ac­tu­ar­ial Science, Uni­versity of Kent):
    Mod­el­ling Mac­roe­co­nomic Time Ser­ies us­ing Re­gres­sion Mod­els with Time-vary­ing Sparsity

    > Ab­stract     > Talk

Janu­ary 16 - AT­TEN­TION!
T h u r s d a y, 4:30 - 6:00pm, sem­inar room TC.5.02 (Teach­ing Center, level 5)

    Roberto Cas­arin
(Uni­versity Ca' Fo­scari, Ve­nezia, Italy):
    Bayesian Cal­ib­ra­tion and Com­bin­a­tion of Pre­dict­ive Dis­tri­bu­tions

    > Ab­stract     > Talk

Janu­ary 30 - AT­TEN­TION!
T h u r s d a y, 5:00 - 6:30pm
    Uni­versität Wien, Os­kar-­Mor­gen­stern-­Platz 1, 1090 Vi­enna, Sem­inar­raum SR11, 2.OG
(This talk is jointly or­gan­ised with TU Wien and Uni­versität Wien.)

    Damir Fili­povic
(Ecole Poly­tech­nique Fédérale de Lausanne):
    Lin­ear-Ra­tional Term Struc­ture Mod­els

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