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Workshop "Extremes"

Joint workshop of the IBS-DR working groups Ecology and Environment, Bayes Methods and Spatial Statistics, and the DVFFA working group Biometry.

Hannover (hybrid), December 02-03, 2021.

Venue:
    Niedersächsisches Landesgesundheitsamt (NLGA)
    Roesebeckstraße 4-6
    30449 Hannover
    52°21'42.7"N  9°43'22.1"E

Remote participation:
    via Zoom
    (details to be announced)

 

Announcement and call for papers

 

Program (PDF)

 

Thursday, December 2, 2021:

12:45-13:00Begrüßung / Opening
13:00-14:30Tutorial: Thomas Opitz (INRAE, Avignon, FR): Extreme-value analysis and Bayesian estimation with INLA

[slides] [practicals: HTML, Rmd] [evgam R package]

14:30-14:45Kaffeepause / Coffee break
14:45-15:15Aldo Gardini (Università di Bologna, Bologna, IT): Bayesian inference for quantiles of a log-normal variable in presence of censored observations [abstract] [slides]
15:15-15:45Silius Vandeskog (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Gløshaugen, NO): Spatial conditional extreme models for extreme events[abstract] [slides]
15:45-16:15Christina Meschede (TU Dortmund): Modeling waiting times of clustered extreme events[abstract] [slides]
16:15-16:45Kaffeepause / Coffee break
16:45-18:15Tutorial: Thomas Opitz (INRAE, Avignon, FR): Extreme-value analysis and Bayesian estimation with INLA (part 2)
18:15-18:45Geschäftssitzungen (AG Ökologie und Umwelt / AG Bayes-Methodik)
19:45Informal get-together and dinner

 

Friday, December 3, 2021:

08:30-09:00Geschäftssitzung (AG Räumliche Statistik)
09:00-10:30Tutorial: Thomas Opitz (INRAE, Avignon, FR): Extreme-value analysis and Bayesian estimation with INLA (part 3)
10:30-11:00Kaffeepause / Coffee break
11:00-11:30Markus Engel (Bayerische Landesanstalt für Wald und Forstwirtschaft): Improved species distribution models with explicit modelling of spatial effects: challenges and perspectives using INLA and SPDE [abstract] [slides]
11:30-12:00Orestis Kazasidis (Julius Kühn Institute): A random forest for predicting human Puumala orthohantavirus infections in north-west Germany[abstract] [slides]
12:00-12:30Hannes Bergmann (Friedrich-Löffler-Institut): Crowd wisdom of participatory risk mapping for African swine fever[abstract] [slides]
12:30-13:00Mittagspause / Lunch break
13:00-14:30Tutorial: Thomas Opitz (INRAE, Avignon, FR): Extreme-value analysis and Bayesian estimation with INLA (part 4)
14:30Verabschiedung / Farewell