15th International Probabilistic Workshop – Dresden

15 mars 2017

Dear Professor Lemaire,
we would like to inform you that we have extended the deadline for abstract submission to: 21 March 2017.

We kindly invite you to submit an abstract to the

                                                    15th International Probabilistic Workshop – IPW 2017 and the
                                                                    10th Dresdner Probabilistik Workshop
                                                                            http://ipw15.probabilistic.info/

which we are organizing at the
Technical University Dresden 
Dresden, Germany, September 27–29, 2017
Please find the workshop flyer attached for your information. We would very much appreciate if you could accept our invitation.

Please submit your abstracts (not exceeding 400 words) to:


matthias.voigt@tu-dresden.de

Sincerely,

Matthias Voigt, Technical University Dresden
Michael Beer, Leibniz University Hannover / University of Liverpool / Tongji University
Wolfgang Graf, Technical University Dresden
Ulrich Häußler-Combe, Technical University Dresden
Dirk Proske, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna

 

19 janvier 2017

Institute for Risk and Uncertainty
[IPW2017] Call For Papers: 15th International Probabilistic Workshop,
Dresden, 27-29 Sept 2017
We would like to kindly invite you to submit an abstract to the 15th International Probabilistic Workshop – IPW 2017 and the 10th Dresdner Probabilistik Workshop
http://ipw15.probabilistic.info/
which we are organizing at the:
Technical University Dresden
Dresden, Germany, 27-29 September 2017

Invitation.

Ecole thématique ETICS 2017

ETICS 2017 – École Thématique sur les Incertitudes en Calcul Scientifique Research School on Uncertainty in Scientific Computing

October 1-6 2017
Hôtel Club IGESA de Porquerolles

Objectives
The goal of this school is to develop the skills of researchers and engineers in the domain of uncertainty management of computer codes. Some of the lectures will be followed by practical computer works. Collaborative works, round tables and poster sessions will promote exchanges between participants. The prerequisites to possess are the mathematical bases of the uncertainty quantification science.

Lecturers
Max Gunzburger (Florida State University, USA): Multifidelity approaches to UQ and Optimal Multilevel Multifidelity Monte Carlo methods
Luc Pronzato (CNRS – Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France): Optimal Design of Experiments
Sébastien Destercke (Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France): Imprecise probabilities: why, when, how?
Pierre-Henri Wuillemin (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France): Applications of probabilistic graphical models
Nicolas Bousquet (EDF R&D, Chatou, France): Stochastic prior modelling for uncertain inputs

Organization
CEA DAM , EDF-R&D , CMLA-ENS-Cachan
Under the scientific labeling of the GdR MASCOT-NUM

Contacts
Jean Giorla (jean.giorla [at] cea.fr) – Bertrand Iooss (bertrand.iooss [at] edf.fr)