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Second Workshop on Principles and Methods of Statistical Inference with Interval Probability

Munich, 09 - 15 September 2009

The Study Group Methodological Foundations of Statistics and their Applications at the Department of Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich (LMU), organizes a workshop on principles and methods of statistical inference with interval probability, jointly with the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University. This workshop is a follow-up to the first Workshop on Principles and Methods of Statistical Inference with Interval Probability which was held in Durham, UK in May 2008. It will be continued in September 2010 in Durham, where it is linked to the Fourth Summer School on Imprecise Probabilities, organized by SIPTA (The Society for Imprecise Probability: Theories and Applications).

We gratefully acknowledge financial support from the UK Royal Society, which, via an International Joint Project Grant, supports the research collaboration between the Durham and Munich groups, as well as the Department of Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich (LMU).

The workshop runs from Wednesday the 9th of September until Tuesday the 15th of September 2009. Each of the five workdays of the workshop will be focused on a specific topic and is organised independently by experts in the respective fields of research. The major aim of the workshop is to stimulate discussion on ongoing research, therefore especially the afternoons are structured very informally. On Saturday the 12th there is a public lecture day, honouring Kurt Weichselberger on the occasion of his 80th birthday. For details of the programme, see Programme.

Everyone, including PhD students, is welcome to participate and / or to present their views on one or more of the covered topics, on one or more days! We welcome any stimulating contribution, ranging from a presentation to a short informal statement. If you want to join the workshop, please contact Gero Walter and the organisers of the specific day(s) that you would like to contribute to. Participation in the workshop is free, we may have to ask for a small contribution to cover the expenses for the refreshments.

Organizing committee

Confirmed participants

  • Thomas Augustin (Munich)
  • Rebecca Baker (Durham)
  • Marco Cattaneo (Munich)
  • Frank Coolen (Durham)
  • Gert de Cooman (Ghent)
  • Richard Crossman (Durham)
  • Jochen Einbeck (Durham)
  • Thomas Fetz (Innsbruck)
  • Michael Goldstein (Durham)
  • Filip Hermans (Ghent)
  • Nathan Huntley (Durham)
  • Luc Jaulin (Brest)
  • Andreas Jobst (Bamberg)
  • Sara Kleyer (Bamberg)
  • Helmut Küchenhoff (Munich)
  • Michael Oberguggenberger (Innsbruck)
  • Renato Pelessoni (Trieste)
  • Tomaz Podobnik (Ljubljana)
  • Atiye Sarabi (Tehran, currently Munich)
  • Bernhard Schmelzer (Innsbruck)
  • Ricardo Shirota Filho (Sao Paulo, currently Durham)
  • Damjan Skulj (Ljubljana)
  • Carolin Strobl (Munich)
  • Matthias Troffaes (Durham)
  • Lev Utkin (St. Petersburg)
  • Gero Walter (Munich)
  • Kurt Weichselberger (Munich)
  • Andrea Wiencierz (Munich)
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