Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Meeting: missDATA 2015, Rennes, Brittany, France

Julie let me know of the following meeting

  Dear colleagues,

It is my pleasure to announce that the applied mathematics department of Agrocampus Ouest and the French Statistical society organize an international conference on missing values and matrix completion MissData  from the 17 to the 19 June 2015 at Agrocampus Ouest in Rennes. The conference website is:

The objective of this conference is to spotlight the latest research in missing values and matrix completion. We aim to bring together theoretical and applied researchers from different fields of application such as in social-science, genetics, medical analysis, survey, collaborative filtering, image reconstruction, etc.

The program comprises R tutorials, invited lectures, ligthning talks and a lively poster session during the reception (with hopefully many French specialties to taste....)! Awards will be given to up to three posters!

We are very proud to have as invited speakers some of the main contributors on the topic from different fields: Mouna Akacha (Novartis, Switzerland), Christophe Biernacki (University Lille 1, France), Stefan van Buuren (University of Utrecht, the Netherlands), John W. Graham (Pennsylvania State University, US), David Haziza, (Montreal University, Canada), Olga Klopp (Paris Ouest University, France), Roderick Little (University of Michigan, US), Patrick Perez (Technicolor), Sandrine Pires (CEA), Joseph L. Schaefer (Census Bureau, Washignton, US), Shaun Seaman (Medical Research Council Biostatistics Unit, UK), Pierre Vandergheynst (EPFL, Switzerland), Recai Yucel (University Albany, US).

Important dates:

Before April 1, 2015: early registration fees – posters and talks submission

We would be glad to have you as a participant or even better as a contributor,
Looking forward to seeing you in brittany (one beautiful part in France...)
The organizing committee.

They even have a Twitter account: @MissData2015
Thanks Julie !
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