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Subject:

Mathematics of Filtering and its Applications 13-15 July, Brunel University

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Chanakya Mitra <[log in to unmask]>

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Chanakya Mitra <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 1 Feb 2011 13:54:55 -0000

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---APOLOGIES FOR CROSS POSTING---

Mathematics of Filtering and its Applications
http://www.optirisk-systems.com/MFA
<http://www.optirisk-systems.com/MFA> 
The first interdisciplinary workshop on the mathematics of filtering and
its applications will be held at Brunel University, UK Dates:13 - 15
July 2011.

Background:
Brochure Download
<http://www.optirisk-systems.com/bdownload.php?file=MathematicsofFilteri
ng.pdf> 
Different Bayesian approximation methods exist for solving the nonlinear
filtering problem arising in different fields such as image processing,
meteorology and econometrics, each offering an application-specific
compromise between estimation accuracy, computational burden and
numerical robustness. 

Due to diversity of applications, the researchers from different fields
rarely have an opportunity to meet to learn from each other about
mathematical innovations in filtering in their respective fields. 

The workshop on the mathematics of filtering and its applications being
organised at Brunel University will bring together British researchers
from different application areas to share state-of-the-art knowledge
about filtering in their respective fields and to provide a platform for
further research interaction. The program for the workshop will include
six invited lectures, contributed sessions along multiple streams (such
as finance, econometrics, bioinformatics and meteorology) and a
conference dinner on 14 July. 

Participation & Abstract submission:
There is the opportunity to present a paper or simply to attend as a
delegate.

Abstract submission:
Please submit a single page abstract, including the title of the
presentation, names and contact details of authors, as a PDF attachment.
This can be sent along with the registration form, or it can be sent
independently to [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> . Contributed presentations will be
20 minutes each, with 5 additional minutes for questions.
Deadline for abstract submission: 13 April 2011


For further information, on accommodation, booking and registration
fees, please visit http://www.optirisk-systems.com/MFA
<http://www.optirisk-systems.com/MFA>  or e-mail us at
[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> .
Alternatively you can reply to this message or phone us on +(44) 1895
819 488 to enquire directly. 
Deadline for registration: 13 May 2011


Kind Regards,


OptiRisk R&D House
One Oxford Road
Uxbridge, 
UB9 4DA, UK 
T: +44 (0) 1895 819 484
F: +44 (0) 1895 813 095
W: http://www.optirisk-systems.com <http://www.optirisk-systems.com/> 

 

 


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