Contributed talks and poster
SuSTaIn i-like workshop
20-22 May 2015
The Orangery, Goldney Hall,
This is the second edition of a yearly series of workshops dedicated to the
topic of intractable likelihoods.
This workshop is co-funded by the EPSRC
I-like programme grant
and the SuSTaIn initiative.
This workshop is organised by Christophe Andrieu.
- Nicolas Chopin,
CREST, Paris, France
- Steven Evans,
University of California, Berkeley, USA
- Peter Glynn,
Stanford University, USA
- Paul Jenkins,
University of Warwick
- Chris Jewell,
Lancaster University, UK
- Ioannis Kosmidis,
University College, London
- Samuel Kou,
Harvard University, USA
- Iain Murray,
University of Edinburgh
- Nancy Reid,
University of Toronto, Canada
- Matthew Stephens,
University of Chicago, USA
- Marc Suchard,
- Alexandre Thiery,
National University of Singapore, Singapore
- Max Welling,
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Dawn Woodard,
Cornell University, USA
The Programme can be found here by clicking on this link.
Please use this online form to register.
The workshop is set in the beautiful Goldney Hall Orangery
gardens and follies . Free wifi is available to all
Goldney Hall Orangery is serviced by the local
8/9 buses with bus stops at Victoria Square and Regent Street.
PLEASE NOTE: The Orangery is located to the side of Goldney
Hall on Constitution Hill, and can be entered through a smaller black
door as shown here.
University of Bristol
Lower Clifton Hill
to Bristol and the University
If you are flying to the UK, you may want to look at the possibility of
flying into Bristol airport, which has direct flights from many European
Amsterdam, Geneva, Grenoble, Lisbon, Madrid, Malaga, Paris, Toulouse,
which are useful hubs for connections with long-haul flights. Among
London airports, Heathrow is the most convenient for transfer to
Bristol (you can get from there to Bristol most conveniently by direct
National Express bus, or by train). Other possibilities include
Birmingham and Cardiff, which have
train connections to Bristol. Bristol Temple Meads is the most
convenient train station for the University area.
Contact the organisers
This workshop is organised by iLike and SuSTaIn