Call for abstracts

We invite you to submit a talk or short tutorial to Bayes@Lund 2024 on a topic related to Bayesian methods in research, as well as in a non-academic context, including, but not restricted to:

Each accepted speaker is given 20 minutes and, as the audience will be highly heterogeneous from different disciplines and from within and outside academia, the talk is expected to be accessible and engaging for a multidisciplinary audience.

Alternatively, short tutorials are 10/20/30 minutes long tutorials where you introduce the audience to a tool, package or methodology you find useful. It doesn’t need to be something you’ve developed, just something you want to show the audience!

To contribute a presentation or short tutorial for Bayes@Lund, please send in the title of your talk/tutorial with an abstract (no more than 100 words) to

Abstract submission is open until February 16, 2024!

All the best,

The committee Ullrika Sahlin, Dmytro Perepolkin and Rasmus Bååth