The MSG (Manchester - Southampton - Glasgow) seminar series is a biannual design of experiments seminar 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.
Information about the next meeting is given below. For further details see http://www.msgdoe.wordpress.com.
Date: Thursday 3rd November 2016
Location: Room G.209 (Mordell Lecture Theatre), Alan Turing Building, University of Manchester, Manchester
*The meeting will be available via a live webcast at https://vscene.jisc.ac.uk/jsp/cs/cs000.jsp?STREAM_URL_PATH=MSG_DoE
Schedule (all times GMT):
2.05pm Antony Overstall (University of Southampton)
Title: Bayesian optimal design for ordinary differential equation models
2.55pm Hugo Maruri-Aguilar (Queen Mary, University of London)
Title: Optimal design for smooth supersaturated models
3.45pm Tea and coffee break
4.10pm Rosemary Bailey (University of St Andrews)
Title: Crossing, nesting, marginality and Hasse diagrams in designed experiments
Further discussion at Sandbar, Grosvenor Street.
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