Call for papers

Young researchers, Ph.D. students and Master degree students interested in giving a talk or presenting a poster
at the 3rd Bayesian Young Statisticians Meeting 2016 are cordially invited to upload an extended abstract
containing their research work by February 29th, 2016 (Extended deadline).

We invite all contributors to use the provided LaTex class (click on the logo to download) and to observe
the attached instructions while preparing the extended abstract.
Manuscripts should not exceed 6 pages.

Manuscripts will be electronically submitted using the on-line application
available clicking the button below

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Following the success of the previous two editions, we cordially
invite all presenters at BAYSM 2016 to revise, extend and submit
their contribution as a chapter for the Proceedings of BAYSM 2016, irrespective of whether their contribution was a poster or a talk.
Proceedings will be published in a book of the series Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, and publication will
be free for authors.
To ensure high quality of the published book, there will be a
second round of peer review on the extended contributions.

NEWS for the proceedings! The partecipants (either with a talk or a poster) are cordially invited to submit an extended abstract containing their research work to be considered for the publication in the book of proceedings by August 15th, 2016 (extended deadline) .
Manuscripts should not exceed 10 pages.


  •   Deadline for papers submission:   29th February 2016
  •   End of the review process:   10th April 2016
  •   Early registration:  until 25th April 2016 (see Registraton & Fees)
  •   Deadline for second submission (for the proceeding book):   15th August 2016 (extended deadline)
    Information for poster's presenters
    Please ensure that your poster is no greater than standard A0 size, and is orientated in portrait mode.
    Poster dimensions should therefore be no larger than 84cm (33 inches) x 118cm (47 inches)  


    Three awards have be assigned

    Annalisa Cadonna (best presentation in the Theory
    and Methodology category) for her work Bayesian
    mixture modeling for multiple spectral densities
    joint work with Raquel Prado and Athanasios Kottas.

    Alison Parton (best presentation in the Applications
    category) for her work Bayesian inference
    for continuous time animal movement based on
    steps and turns
    , joint work with Paul Blackwell
    and Anna Skarin.

    Carmen Minuesa (best poster) for her work
    Bayesian estimation on controlled branching
    processes: robustness via disparities
    , joint work
    with Miguel Gonzalez and Ines del Puerto.

    A special mention has been also awarded to
    Lea Jakob and Hannes Jarke for their poster
    The science behind the magic: the relation of
    Harry Potter "Sorting Hat Quiz" to measures
    of values and personality - a Bayesian analysis
    in collaboration with Eduardo Garcia-Garzon.