Summer School in Bayesian Statistical Analyses for the Human, Social and Cognitive Sciences in Verona, June 8-13th

29 Gennaio 2020 Psicologia sperimentale,
Dear Colleagues,
 
at the University of Verona prof. Valentina Moro and Michele Scandola have organized the second edition of the Summer School on Bayesian Statistical Analyses for the Human, Social and Cognitive Sciences. The goal of this summer school is to start from the basics to more complex analyses, such as Multilevel Hierarchical Models and Dynamical Causal Modeling.
The Summer School will be held in Verona, from Monday, June 8th to Saturday 13th, 2020.
 
The keynote speakers are:
Mel Slater (University of Barcelona – Spain)  
Rosalyn Moran (King’s College London – UK)  
Richard Morey (Cardiff University – UK) 
Fabio Spizzichino (University “La Sapienza” of Rome – Italy)
Massimiliano Badino (University of Verona – Italy) 
Marco Tullio Liuzza (“Magna Graecia” University of Catanzaro – Italy)  
Daniele Romano (University of Milano-Bicocca – Italy)  
Michele Scandola (University of Verona – Italy) 
 
For Ph.D. students, there is the possibility to present a poster, that will participate in the "best poster prize" of the summer school.
 
The fees are for Ph.D. students 300€, for post-doc and researchers 400€.
Deadline: March 15, 2020
Further information about the school can be found here. Feel free to share this enriching opportunity with your professional network.
Best regards,
Bayes HSC Summer School Administration (bayeshsc@ateneo.univr.it)
 
Marco Tullio Liuzza, PhD