I am a professor of Statistics at Universit Paris Dauphine, with two teenage kids who are taking a lot of my free time, a definitely unhealthy but so far not fatal) fascination for mountains and (easy) climbing, in particular for Scotland in Winter, an almost-daily run, and a reading list mainly centered at fantasy books? Hence the categories on this blog (or 'og, because 'log and b'og did not sound good). The Statistics posts will be mainly centered on computational and Bayesian topics, on papers or preprints I find of interest (or worth criticising), and on the occasional trip abroad to a research center or to a conference.
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I realised too late I should have added this slide to my talk in Bangalore, to thank the Indian participants and organisers of the IFCAM workshop: நன்றி ಧನ್ಯವಾದ ਤੁਹਾਡਾ ਧੰਨਵਾਦ धन्यवाद આભાર আপনাকে […]
Second day at the Indo-French Centre for Applied Mathematics and the workshop. Maybe not the most exciting day in terms of talks (as I missed the first two plenary sessions by (a) oversleeping and (b) running across the campus!). However I had a neat talk with another conference participant that led to [what I think […]
First day at the Indo-French Centre for Applied Mathematics and the get-together (or speed-dating!) workshop. The campus of the Indian Institute of Science of Bangalore where we all stay is very pleasant with plenty of greenery in the middle of a very busy city. Plus, being at about 1000m means the temperature remains tolerable for […]
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