Seventh Workshop on
BAYESIAN INFERENCE IN STOCHASTIC PROCESSES
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Getafe, Spain
September, 1-3, 2011
The BISP programme, as usual, contains not only invited senior and junior speakers, but also contributed talks (10) and posters. The Scientific Committee invites interested people to submit their work and contribute, as in the past editions, to the success of the Workshop. The Scientific Committee will decide which papers will be presented as posters and which ones will be presented as a 15 minute talk. As in previous years, the decision about the type of presentation (talk or poster) is not based on the quality of the papers. Poster sessions, as experienced in many Bayesian conferences, are not the place for second rate papers but a big opportunity, especially for young researchers, to present their work in more details and have a better interaction with other participants.
People interested in contributing papers should send the abstract by e-mail to email@example.com by February, 25th, 2011.
Contributors will be notified by March, 15th, 2011 about the acceptance of their paper.
Authors of accepted papers should register and pay the registration fee by June, 30th, 2011.
The deadline for poster submission is extended to April 30th.
Instructions for preparation of an abstract
Please observe the following instructions for preparing an abstract.
Type of presentation preferred: specify whether you would prefer to give a contributed talk or a poster.
Title: limited to 180 characters in length. Use initial caps in the title; do not use all caps.
Author(s): type all authors' names with initial caps. Include affiliations for all authors.
Address: contact/presenting authors' names and e-mail addresses.
Keywords: up to 6 key words or phrases. Use semicolons to separate the keywords.
Abstract Body: limited to 200 words.
Equipment needs: indicate your audio-visual equipment needs at the end of the abstract (but only if different from PC projector, with Acrobat Reader and Office installed).
Last updated: 1st March 2011