Monte Carlo in the New Millennium
January 12-13, 2001
University of Florida - Department of Statistics
The Department of Statistics at the University of Florida will host
a two-day symposium on Monte Carlo and related topics on January
12-13, 2001. The organizational committee consists of Jim Booth,
George Casella, Jim Hobert, Ranjini Natarajan, and Brett Presnell. We
expect to have 14 invited speakers each giving a 30 minute talk with
10 minutes for discussion.
Speakers Will Include:
In addition to the invited papers, the symposium will also include a
contributed poster session. The Graduate School at the University of
Florida has contributed funds for the purpose of supporting a small
number of graduate students from peer institutions to attend the
symposium. Each student will receive free lodging for up to three
nights, in addition to a registration waiver which includes two
breakfasts, one lunch and a BBQ. Students are expected to share rooms,
two to a room. Interested students should contact email@example.com.
Requests should be received before November 15, 2000. The selected
students will be notified by November 29, 2000.
- George Casella, U. of Florida
- Jem Corcoran, U. of Colorado
- Kate Cowles, U. of Iowa
- Charles Geyer, U. of Minnesota
- Tim Hesterberg, MathSoft
- Jun Liu, Harvard U.
- George Marsaglia, Florida State U.
- Ian McKeague, Florida State U.
- Cyrus Mehta, Harvard U.
- Christian Robert, U. of Dauphine (Paris)
- Judith Rousseau, University of Paris 5
- Jayaram Sethuraman, Florida State U.
- Marty Wells, Cornell U.
- Chris Wikle, U. of Missouri
Program (pdf file)