Paris-Saclay Change-Point Workshop (PSCPW)
The Paris-Saclay Change-Point Workshop is a two-day meeting (January 16 and 17, 2023) dedicated to theoretical and applied methods for solving change-point detection problems. The main objective of the workshop is to foster new interactions within the European change-point research community.
This event is free (no registration fee) and open to anyone interested in contributing to the development of the field (M2 students, PhD students, young researchers and senior researchers).
All presentations will be given in person and will also be broadcast on Zoom for those who cannot physically attend the event.
Monday 16 January 2023
14h - 15h Keynote speaker 1 (45min) - Nicolas Verzelen
15h - 16h Keynote speaker 2 (45min) - Igor Nikiforov
- 16h30 - 18h30 Workshop presentations (5x20min)
20h - 00h Dinner (in the center of Paris)
Tuesday 17 January 2023
9h30 - 10h30 Keynote speaker 3 (45min) - Rebecca Killick
10h30 - 11h30 Keynote speaker 4 (45 min) - Farida Enikeeva
- 11h45 - 12h45 Workshop presentations (2x30min)
- 14h30 - 16h Workshop presentations (3x30min)
Young Researcher Session
On Monday morning, 10h - 12h, we propose a “Young Researcher Session” (for PhD and PostDocs) as a side event of this workshop.
Registration is free but mandatory. Lunches will be provided. The number of participants is limited, so please register in advance. The deadline for registration is December 1, 2022.
The conference will be held at ENS Paris-Saclay, accessible by train (RER B from Paris) in about 45 minutes. The first day of the workshop (Monday afternoon) could take place in the center of Paris. More information will be available soon.