The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers in graphical models and explore the strong algebraic connections present in their analysis, with a focus on conditional independence.
Carlos Améndola Abstract
James Cussens Abstract
Vanessa Didelez Abstract
Mathias Drton Abstract
Eliana Duarte Abstract
Robin Evans Abstract
Dominik Janzing Abstract
Thomas Kahle Abstract
Claudia Klüppelberg Abstract
Kaie Kubjas Abstract
Steffen Lauritzen Abstract
Manuele Leonelli Abstract
Marloes Maathuis Abstract
Bartosz Kolodziejek Abstract
Johannes Rauh Abstract
Elina Robeva Abstract
Liam Solus Abstract
Seth Sullivant Abstract
Henry Wynn Abstract
Piotr Zwiernik Abstract
The workshop will begin on Wednesday around 9 am and end on Friday at 12:30 pm.
Carlos Améndola: Introduction to max-linear models and tropical linear algebra
James Cussens: On the polyhedral geometry of conditional independence relations
Mathias Drton: Causal discovery in linear non-Gaussian models
Eliana Duarte: Gröbner bases for staged tree models
Robin Evans: Angles and Model Selection
Dominik Janzing: Non-statistical notions of independence in causal discovery
Thomas Kahle: The geometry of gaussoids
Claudia Klüppelberg: Identifiability and estiation of recursive max-linear models
Bartosz Kołodziejek: Model selection in the class of Gaussian models invariant under a subgroup of the symmetric group
Steffen Lauritzen: Conditional independence in max-linear Bayesian networks
Manuele Leonelli: Model-preserving sensitivity analysis for families of Gaussiandistributions
Johannes Rauh: Marginal faces of marginal polytopes
Elina Robeva: Nested Covariance Determinants in Gaussian Graphical Models
Seth Sullivant: Ideals of Gaussian Graphical Models
Piotr Zwiernik: Learning the structure of graphical models by covariance queries
Institute for Advanced Study (IAS)
Technische Universität München
Lichtenbergstraße 2 a
85748 Garching b. München
Please send an email to email@example.com until September 9, 2019 (Do you want to contribute a poster?). Note that the number of participants is limited to 75 and registration is on a first come first serve basis.
If you would like to present a poster at the workshop, please send an e-mail with your name and institution as well as a short abstract (using this latex template) to firstname.lastname@example.org until September 9, 2019.
On Thursday, October 24 there will be a joint dinner at the Garchinger Augustiner. Please confirm your attendance by emailing email@example.com until October 10, 2019. You can mention in your email If you need a receipt or certificate of attendance to the workshop.
Munich is a popular travel destination so we suggest that you book your accommodation early.
All speakers, as well as participants who requested so, have been booked at Motel One München-Garching.