Workshop on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences
When: September 23 - 25, 2011
Where: Department of Statistics at Columbia University, co-sponsored by the Center for Applied Probability.
Specific location is to be arranged.
Scientific computation has been an important topic in many disciplines. This workshop focuses on the recent advances in efficient computational methods and their applications to applied sciences. Specifically, the topics of the workshop include analyses of Markov chain Monte Carlo, sequential Monte Carlo, particle methods, asymptotic theory and approximations. A list of applications includes astronomy, biology, chemistry, engineering, finance, and social sciences.
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