3rd Stochastic Modeling Techniques and Data Analysis International Conference (SMTDA) 11-14 June 2014 Lisbon, Portugal

 

3rd Stochastic Modeling Techniques and Data Analysis International Conference (SMTDA) 11-14 June 2014, Lisbon, Portugal, .

 

Please see below the replies to the mainquestions posed and more information:

 

  1. Yes, you can participate and attend the conference without presenting an abstract or paper. However, you should send the registration form to ask for an attendance permission
  2. An Abstract accepted is mandatory for an oral or poster presentation
  3. The paper is optional. If you submit a paper it will be considered for the Conference Proceedings and the post-conference publications in Books and Journals. We advise to send your papers by following the conference templates.
  4. The abstract submission deadline was extended to February 28, 2014 in order to include submissions of abstracts to the special sessions proposed and to the regular sessions as well.
  5. Submissions of abstracts to special sessions could be sent directly to the conference secretariat at . Please refer the Special Session Number (see below).
  6. Session organizers should notify the conference secretariat by February 28 and include the abstracts collected for their special sessions.
  7. If you already have submitted an Abstract and you have not received a reply please urgently contact the conference secretariat

 

 

Special Sessions so far:

1              ACTUARIAL MODELS

2              ALGORITHMS

3              APPLICATIONS IN ACTUARIAL SCIENCE

4              APPROXIMATIONS AND APPLICATIONS

5              ASYMPTOTIC ANALYSIS OF STOCHASTIC MULTICOMPONENT SYSTEMS

6              ASYMPTOTIC PROCESSES

7              BAYESIAN STATISTICS

8              BRANCHING PROCESSES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS

9              COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY

10            DATA ANALYSIS – RELIABILITY

11            DATA ANALYSIS I

12            DEMOGRAPHIC MODELS

13            DISTRIBUTIONS I

14            EXTREME VALUE THEORY

15            FINANCE

16            FINANCE-INSURANCE

17            FORECASTING

18            GLOBAL LIMIT THEOREMS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS

19            HEALTH

20            HEALTH-MORTALITY

21            HEALTHY LIFE EXPECTANCY

22            HITTING TIME MODELS

23            INVERSE PROBLEMS

24            INVERSE PROBLEMS FOR RANDOM WALKS

25            KERNEL SMOOTHING

26            MANAGEMENT-MODELS AND MODELLING

27            MARKOV

28            MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD

29            MODELLING SURVIVAL DATA USING COXIAN PHASE-TYPE DISTRIBUTIONS

30            MODELS AND MODELLING

31            MONTE CARLO METHODS

32            MORTALITY

33            MORTALITY – HEALTH

34            MORTALITY AND LONGEVITY

35            MULTIVARIATE-MODELS AND  MODELLING

36            MULTIVARIATE-MONTE CARLO

37            NEURAL

38            OPTIMAL STOPPING

39            OPTIMIZATION

40            OPTIMIZATION IN QUEUEING

41            ORDERED STATISTICS

42            POPULATION-MORTALITY

43            POPULATION

44            PORTFOLIO OPTIMIZATION

45            QUEUE THEORY

46            RANDOM PROCESSES

47            RANDOM WALKS

48            REGRESSION

49            REGRESSION-SIMULATION

50            RISK ANALYSIS

51            RISK THEORY

52            SAMPLING

53            SCAN STATISTICS AND APPLICATIONS

54            SEMI-MARKOV

55            SEMI-MARKOV – STOCHASTIC

56            SEMI-MARKOV MODELS FOR FINANCE AND ECONOMICS

57            SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS

58            SEQUENTIAL METHODS

59            STATISTICS

60            STATISTICS OF EXTREMES AND APPLICATIONS

61            STOCHASTIC METHODS FOR FINANCE AND INSURANCE

62            STOCHASTIC MODELS

63            STOCHASTIC MODELS IN FINANCE

64            STOCHASTIC ORDERINGS AND APPLICATIONS

65            STOCHASTIC PROCESSES AND APPLICATIONS

66            THE USE OF ENTROPY IN STATISTICAL INFERENCE FOR STOCHASTIC PROCESSES

67            TIME SERIES

68            TOPICS IN APPLIED PROBABILITY

 

Conference Excursions

1.       A half day (14:30-19:30) conference excursion in the afternoon of the second day of the conference is scheduled: Visit of the classical Lisbon including some of Lisbon’s major sights as Jerónimos‘ Monastery, Tower of Belem, the Monument to the Discoveries,….

2.       A full day Excursion in the day following the last day of the conference to Sindra and the Palaces and the  Sintra-Cascais Nature Park.

 

 

For more information and Abstract/Paper submission and Special Session Proposals please visit the conference website at: or send email to:

Looking forward to welcoming you in Lisbon,

With our best regards,

 

Mary Karadima, MS

Conference Secretary

 


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