The MSG (Manchester - Southampton - Glasgow) seminar series is a biannual design of experiments series organised by the Universities of Manchester, Southampton and Glasgow. It features talks on the latest advances in statistical methodology and applications of design of experiments.
For more information on the seminar series and the next meeting, see http://www.msgdoe.wordpress.com
Date: Wednesday 1st June 2016
Location: Room 2003 (LT 2), Chemistry Building (B27), University of Southampton, Southampton
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Schedule (all times are British Summer Time, GMT+1):
Werner Mueller (Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz, Austria)
Title: ABCD: Approximate Bayesian Computing Design
Tim muiruri Kinyanjui (University of Manchester, UK)
Title: Information content of house-hold stratified epidemics
Tea and coffee break
Ben Torsney (University of Glasgow, UK)
Title: Optimal design, Lagrangian and linear model theories: a fusion
Drinks and further discussion at the Crown Inn.
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