Online, 20, 21 and 22 September 2021, 9am - 5pm CEST.
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You use simulation in physics, economics, archaeology and want to find the simulator parameters that best fits the observations?
We teach a practical simulation-based inference workshop to help you understand recent machine learning techniques and apply them to your problem.
Apply to learn, have fun, and participate in a supportive community! (applications closed @August 31, 2021).
We are a group of advanced users, package developers, and sbi researchers.
Code of conduct
To ensure a comfortable, supportive, and respectful environment, the workshop was run under a code of conduct. You can download it below.
Any other Questions?
Our Zulip stream on simulation-based inference is open to both simulation scientists and machine learning methods researchers. Please write to Elena Sizana if you have trouble joining.