lundi 16 octobre 2017

Projet CHORUS, ateliers de restitution

Le bureau du GdR vous informe :

Bonjour,

Les 18 et 19 octobre se tiendront deux journées de conférence présentant les progrès réalisés grâce au projet de recherche CHORUS (Common Horizon of Open Research on Uncertainty in Simulations) qui touche à sa fin.

Les méthodes et logiciels développés par les partenaires du projet offrent de nouvelles perspectives pour la prise de décision grâce à la simulation numérique en tenant compte de diverses sources d'incertitudes.

(Voir le fichier ateliers_chorus_1819oct2017.pdf pour plus de détails)

Bien cordialement.

Le bureau du GdR

lundi 9 octobre 2017

Workshop on Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications (January 2018)

The Isaac Newton Institute (Cambridge, UK) is organizing a workshop on Key UQ methodologies and motivating applications in January 2018.



Read more at : https://www.newton.ac.uk/event/unqw01.

lundi 2 octobre 2017

Symposium on UQ in Computational Geosciences (January 2018)

BRMG (Orléans) is organizing a Symposium on Uncertainty Quantification in Computational Geosciences in January 2018.


Read more at : http://www.brgm.eu.

mercredi 20 septembre 2017

Valais/Wallis workshop on Artificial Intelligence (November 2017)

A conference on "small data" that might be of interest to the MASCOT-NUM community:
The next Valais/Wallis workshop on Artificial Intelligence will be held
in Martigny at the Idiap Research Institute on November 10th 2017.

For this second edition, the focus will be on challenges and opportunities
of "Small data". This interdisciplinary event will gather speakers and
participants having to cope with small data with motivating applications
in environment and geosciences, medicine, energy engineering, robotics and
beyond.

Please visit the workshop website for more detail on the program and more:
http://www.idiap.ch/workshop/small-data/

Registration is free of charge but the number of participants is limited.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at Idiap on this exciting occasion!

With best regards,

David Ginsbourger, on behalf of the organizing committee 


News from the SIGMA group (SMAI)

News from the SIGMA group (Signal-Image-Géométrie-Modélisation-Approximation) of SMAI :
  1. The annual meeting of the SIGMA group will take place on November 17 in Laboratoire Jacques Louis Lions (Paris). More details at http://smai.emath.fr.
  2. The 9th International Conference on Curves and Surfaces, organised by SMAI-SIGMA, will take place from June 28 to July 4, 2018 at the Palais des Congrès in Arcachon. More details at https://cs2018.sciencesconf.org.

mardi 6 juin 2017

ETICS summer school (october 2017)

The next summer school ETICS (École thématique sur les Incertitudes en calcul scientifique, Research school on Uncertainty in scientific computing) will be held this year in Porquerolles (France) during the first week of october (1-6 October 2017).

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)
  • Luc Pronzato (CNRS - Sophia Antipolis, Nice)
  • Sébastien Destercke (Université de Technologie de Compiègne)
  • Pierre-Henri Wuillemin (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris)
  • Nicolas Bousquet (EDF R&D, Chatou).

The full program can be found here:
Registration fees: 900€ - Link for registration:

The number of participants is limited. Registration will be closed once the limit has been reached.

mardi 16 mai 2017

Royal Statistical Society 2017 Conference

The RSS annual conference will be held in Glasgow from the 4th to the 7th of September 2017 (detailed information here).

The pre-conference training courses could also be of interest to the mascot-num community:
We hope we'll see you there !