Call for papers

Dear BaYSM 2021 participants,

On behalf of the program chairs, I am pleased to invite all participants that contributed to BAYSM 2021 in the form of a talk or poster to submit a paper to be published in the Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics:

In order to ensure a timely publication of the book, we would kindly ask you to submit your contribution by sending the TeX + pdf file through the OCS system: by October 31, 2023 23:59 CEST.

Submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers and a program chair. The key dates are:

  1. Paper Upload (Until October 31, 2021 23:59 CEST)
  2. Assignment of Reviewers (Until November 15, 2021 23:59 CEST)
  3. Reviews Due (Until December 31, 2021 23:59 CEST)
  4. Author Rebuttal/Revision Due (Until February 15, 2022 23:59 CEST)
  5. Final Decision (Until March 15, 2022 23:59 CEST)

Please note that the volume will not be produced by camera-ready offset procedure, but by conventional typesetting. It is therefore of the outmost importance that you keep to this deadline. The language of publication will be English. Each contribution should be a maximum of 9 pages, including tables and illustrations but excluding references. You are kindly invited to prepare your paper following the Springer template available on the BaYSM2021 webpage. Only the pdf file should be upload for the first submission.

We would like to point out the most relevant points that you are kindly invited to consider:

  • Literature citations should be ordered alphabetically at the end (References); for citation in the text please indicate the number in square brackets. You will find different examples for a correct citation in the Springer template, and we kindly ask you to follow this instruction.
  • Color figures will appear in color in the eBook, but may be printed in black and white if not strictly necessary from a scientific perspective. In that case, do not refer to color in the captions and make sure that the main information will still be visible if converted to black and white.
  • Figures and Tables must be reproduced in high resolution, and you must obtain the permission from the owner as described here:
Once your paper is accepted for publication, you’ll be requested to sign the Consent to Publish. Upon receipt of the accepted manuscripts, ready for typesetting, Springer will perform style editing. For any questions arising from this procedure, Springer will turn to the single Authors for clarification. The Authors will be sent a set of proofs for correction/approval.

Should you have any problems or questions concerning the manuscript preparation, please do not hesitate to contact; for all content matters please turn directly to the Editors of the book.

Best regards,
Raffaele Argiento, Federico Camerlenghi, Sally Paganin


Program Schedule

info Some speakers are tentative and subject to change

Day 1 -
Poster session

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  • Jiefeng Bi (University of Milano-Bicocca)
  • Gabriel Calvo (University of Valencia)
  • Yuanqi Chu (Brunel University)
  • Alex Diana (University of Kent)
  • Bart Eggen (TU Delft)
  • Sebastiano Grazzi (Delft University of Technology)
  • Xian Yao Gwee (University College Dublin)
  • Petar Jovanovski (Chalmers University of Technology)
  • Nikolas Kuschnig (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
  • Martin Magris (Aarhus University)
  • Dorota Mlynarczyk (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
  • Samantha Ofili (University of Strathclyde)
  • Dan Phillips (University of Oxford)
  • Neill Smit (North-West University)
Algorithms: Pierre Jacob

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  • Francesca Romana Crucinio (University of Warwick)
  • Matteo Gianella (Politecnico di Milano)
  • Xitong Liang (University College London)
  • Cian Naik (University of Oxford)
  • Gregor Zens (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Computation: Rosangela Loschi

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  • Mario Beraha (Politecnico di Milano)
  • Riccardo Corradin (University of Milano-Bicocca)
  • Ryan Giordano (Massechusetts Institute of Technology)
  • Tin Nguyen (MIT Electrical Engineering & Computer Science)
  • Jessica Pavani (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Day 2 -
Bayesian Nonparametric Theory: Li Ma

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  • Filippo Ascolani (Bocconi University)
  • Francesco Gaffi (Bocconi University)
  • Lorenzo Ghilotti (Politecnico di Milano)
  • Jan Greve (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business)
  • Shu Xian (Mica) Teo (University of Edinburgh)
New Methods: Christian Robert

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  • Schyan Zafar (University of Oxford)
  • Alessandro Colombi (Politecnico di Milano)
  • Bora Jin (Duke University)
  • Didong Li (Princeton University)
  • Mariia Vladimirova (Inria)
Poster session

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  • Zaineb Boulil (San Diego State University)
  • Mai Dao (Texas Tech University)
  • Leo Duan (University of Florida)
  • Raaz Dwivedi (EECS, UC Berkeley)
  • Miguel Fudolig (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
  • Iván Gutiérrez (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
  • Rui Meng (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
  • Joonha Park (University of Kansas)
  • Ricardo Pedroso (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
  • Peter Strong (University of Warwick)
  • Becky Tang (Duke University)
  • Zuheng Xu (University of British Columbia)
  • Yizhen Xu (Johns Hopkins University)
  • Azeem Zaman (Harvard University)
  • Tingting Zhao (University of Massechusetts Amherst)
Day 3 -
Poster session

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  • Laurence Davies (Queensland University of Technology)
  • Gianluca Finocchio (University of Twente)
  • Martin Ingram (University of Melbourne)
  • Rewat Khanthaporn (Auckland University of Technology)
  • Xinglong Li (University of British Columbia)
  • Fran Llopis-Cardona (Foundation for the Promotion of Health and Biomedical Research of Valencia Region)
  • Xiangyu Luo (Renmin University of China)
  • Hossein Masoumi Karakani (University of Pretoria)
  • Sana Sana (Aligarh Muslim University)
  • Shashini Silva (University of Sri Jayewardenepura)
  • Andrej Srakar (Institute for Economic Research and University of Ljubljana)
  • Sergey Tambovskiy (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  • Giorgos Tzoumerkas
  • Ying-Ying Zhang (Chongqing University)
  • Chong Zhong (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Biostatistics and High-Dimensional Data: David Rossell

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  • Raj Agrawal (Massechusetts Institute of Technology)
  • Matteo Pedone (University of Florence)
  • Daniel Schwartz (University of Chicago)
  • Hanyu Song (Duke University)
  • Brian Trippe (Massechusetts Institute of Technology — CSAIL)
Applications: Peter Müller

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  • Martina Amongero (Politecnico di Torino)
  • Cecilia Balocchi (University of Torino)
  • Marta Bonsaglio (Bocconi University)
  • Fiammetta Menchetti (University of Florence)
  • Man Ho Suen (Imperial College London)