Posters and presentations

Below you'll find posters and slides for a number of my presentations. For the time being, I'll stick to the more recent ones, and if there's sufficient interest, I may add a few older ones as well.

  1. A game-theoretic ergodic theorem for imprecise Markov chains. Invited plenary talk at the Fifth Workshop on Game-Theoretic Probability and Related Topics, Guanajuato, Mexico on 13 November 2014: presentation.
  2. Predictive inference under exchangeability and the Imprecise Dirichlet Multinomial Model. Invited plenary talk at the 12th Brazilian Meeting on Bayesian Statistics, Atibaia SP, Brazil on 10 March 2014: presentation and video.
  3. Inference using sets of desirable gambles. Invited plenary talk at the 12th European Conference on Symbolic and Quantitative Approaches to Reasoning with Uncertainty, Utrecht, The Netherlands on 10 July 2013: presentation.
  4. A link between Game-Theoretic Probability and Imprecise Probabilities. Invited talk at the Fourth Workshop on Game-Theoretic Probability and Related Topics, Tokyo, Japan on 13 November 2012: presentation.
  5. Recent developments in imprecise probabilities and probabilistic graphical models. Invited talk for the Frontier in AI Track at 20th European conference on Artificial Intelligence, Montpellier, France on 31 August 2012: presentation.
  6. Credal trees under irrelevance. Lecture at the Fifth SIPTA School on Imprecise Probabilities, Pescara, Italy on 19 June 2012: presentation.
  7. Irrelevance, independence and coherence. Lecture at the Fifth SIPTA School on Imprecise Probabilities, Pescara, Italy on 18 June 2012: presentation.
  8. New developments in credal networks. Invited lecture at Statistische Woche 2011, Leipzig, Germany on 22 September 2011: presentation and abstract.
  9. Imprecise Probabilities in Stochastic Processes and Graphical Models: New Developments. Invited plenary lecture at NLMUA 2011, Beijing, China on 7 September 2011: presentation.
  10. Independent natural extension for sets of desirable gambles. Presented at ISIPTA 2011, Innsbruck, Austria on 25 July 2011: poster and presentation.
  11. Exchangeability: a case study of how Bruno de Finetti’s ideas thrive in indeterminate soil. Plenary lecture at ISIPTA 2011, Innsbruck, Austria on 26 July 2011: presentation.
  12. The iHMMpredict algorithm: State sequence prediction in imprecise hidden Markov models. Lecture at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University, Durham, UK on 1 February 2011: presentation.
  13. Structural judgements. Lecture at the Fourth SIPTA School on Imprecise Probabilities, Durham, UK on 2 September 2010: presentation.
  14. A constrained optimisation problem under uncertainty. Presented at FLINS 2010, Mount EMei, Chengdu, China on 3 August 2010: presentation.
  15. Infinite exchangeability for sets of desirable gambles. Presented at IPMU 2010, Dortmund, Germany on 28 June 2010: presentation.
  16. Imprecise probabilities and some aspects of their connection with Game-Theoretic Probability. Invited plenary lecture at GTP 2010: Third Workshop on Game-Theoretic Probability and Related Topics, Royal Holloway (University of London), Egham, Surrey, UK on 22 June 2010: presentation.
  17. Uncertainty, risk and ambiguity with an emphasis on imprecise probabilities. Invited lecture at the Helsinki Summer School in Transportation, Aalto University School of Science and Technology, Helsinki, Finland on 7 June 2010: presentation.
  18. The MePiCTIr message passing algorithm: expert system inference in credal trees under epistemic irrelevance. Presented at WPMSIIP2, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München on 10 September 2009: presentation.
  19. Epistemic irrelevance in credal networks: the case of imprecise Markov trees. Presented at ISIPTA 2009, Durham, UK on 17 July 2009: poster and presentation.
  20. Stochastic processes with imprecise probabilities: a case study involving Markov chain. Invited lecture for the London Mathematical Society at at Newcastle University on 29 May 2009: presentation.
  21. Inferences in hidden Markov models with imprecise probabilities: an efficient algorithm. Invited lecture for the London Mathematical Society at Durham University on 26 May 2009: presentation.
  22. Credal networks under epistemic irrelevance: The case of Markov trees. Invited lecture for the London Mathematical Society at Bristol University on 18 May 2009: presentation.
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