Algebraic Methods in Statistics

The aim of the workshop is to give a survey on recent topics in algebraic statistics and to bring together young researchers to discuss and work on current research problems in this field.


The workshop will take place from 30.11. to 02.12.2017. A detailled programme will follow. The workshop will start on Thursday at 8:30 and end on Saturday around 13:00.

Opening talk

Jan Draisma (Universität Bern): Some Algebraic Statistics

Invited talks

Angelos Armen: Model Distinguishability in Bayesian Networks

Carlos Enrique Améndola Cerón (TU Berlin): Algebraic Statistics of Gaussian Mixtures

Eliana Duarte (MPI Leipzig) and Christiane Görgen (MPI Leipzig): (Non-)Toric parametric statistical models

Rob Eggermont (TU Eindhoven): Asymptotic Properties of Algebraic Statistical Models

Alex Fink (Queen Mary University of London): The Intersection Property for Conditional Independence

Kaie Kubjas (Aalto University): Real Algebraic Geometry and Algebraic Statistics

Mateusz Michalek (MPI Leipzig): Algebraic Methods in Phylogenetic Tree Models


Hanna Döring, Martina Juhnke-Kubitzke, Thomas Kahle, Tim Römer


Please register here (there is no workshop fee, but it helps us to organize the workshop appropriately).

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Kaie Kubjas (Aalto University)

Colloquium Wednesday, 29.11.2017