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Annual workshop on Stochastics Informatics and Decision Making (Alšovice 2021)

Date of event

Workshop on Stochastics Informatics and Decision Making  - well known as Alšovice according to the traditional venue of many of the first meetings - is an annual workshop organized by members of the department of Stochastic Informatics of the Institute of Information Theory and Automation of the Czech Academy of Sciences. It is an informal meeting of people interested in various topics of information and decision-making theories.

Useful information

  • Date: June 9 - June 11, 2021 (Wednesday - Friday).
  • Registration deadline: 15th May 2021. Either via email to Karel Vrbenský or via Google Forms. Please specify how long you want to stay, the title of your talk, and its preferred length.
  • Location: The workshop takes place in U Loubů Hotel (photo by the hotel) in the Czech Republic in the beautiful area of Czech Highland (see map below).
  • Presentation: Each participant is invited to give a presentation in duration of approximately 30 minutes.
  • Accommodation: Accommodation is provided in the guest house, including full board.

Programme

Wednesday (Chair: Antonín Otáhal)

  • 13:30 Petr Lachout: Kvadratické programování jako LP
  • 14:00 Jan Swart: Frozen percolation
  • 14:30 Martin Šmíd: Když jde do tuhého, matematické modelování pod palbou
  • 15:00 Coffe break
  • 15:30 Jan Blažek: Mutual information in art investigation
  • 16:00 Jan Klaschka: Dvojče přednášky o dvojčatech (Alšovice 2019)
  • 16:30 Zdeněk Fabián: Informace a neurčitost

Thursday (Chair: Radim Jiroušek)

  • 09:00 Lenka Nechvátalová: Reinforcement learning in finance
  • 09:30 Václav Kratochvíl: Loanwords in Southeast Asia
  • 10:00 Coffee Break
  • 10:30 Lukáš Vácha: TBA
  • 11:00 Jozef Baruník: Dynamic Networks

Friday (Chair: Jiřina Vejnarová)

  • 09:00 Petr Tichavský: Strukturovane rozklady tenzoru
  • 09:30 Martin Hronec: Quantile maximizer in action
  • 10:00 Coffee Break
  • 10:30 Milan Studený: Conditional indepence structures over 4 random variables revisited through conditonal Ingleton inequalities

Map

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