Fourteenth Annual Conference of the Australasian Bayesian Network Modelling Society (ABNMS2022)

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Fourteenth Australasian Bayesian Network Modelling Society Conference (ABNMS2022)
November 14-15, 2022 : Workshops
abnms.org/conferences/abnms2022/
November 16-17, 2022 : Conference

Abstract submission is now open!

NOTE: The submission deadline has been extended to Friday, 23rd September.

The 14th Annual Conference of the Australasian Bayesian Network Modelling Society will be a hybrid conference, held at the Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney as well as online.

The organising committee for ABNMS2022 is pleased to invite submission of abstracts for oral and poster presentations, both in person and online, on all aspects of research relating to Bayesian network and causal modelling. Past presentations have covered a wide range of disciplines including environmental management, engineering, law, infrastructure and medicine, and a variety of technical aspects on the method of development, data learning, linking GIS and BNs, expert elicitation approaches, and lessons learnt from particular BN and causal modelling projects.

With support this year from the University of Sydney's School of Public Health, we will have a special session on health and are encouraging submissions on BN and causal modelling in health applications at any stage of progress. Other themes this year are models in environmental and defence applications, as well as advances in model building techniques. Those beginning to use Bayesian networks are invited to present prospective projects for discussion, as either oral or poster presentations.

The committee strongly encourages (but does not require) authors to also submit one or more accompanying BNs to the ABNMS BN repository, whether they be full BNs, DAGs (i.e. causal BN structures) or simply illustrative fragments.

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Submission Guidelines

Abstracts for ABNMS2022 should be no longer than 300 words.

Include the title of your presentation, authors, affiliations, contact details for the corresponding author and abstract. Please also state whether your submission is for an oral or poster presentation. The abstract should be self-contained and explicit, covering the aims, methods, results and main conclusions of the work. The abstract should not contain figures, tables or references.

Contact

All questions about submissions should be emailed to contact@abnms.org.

Key Dates

Call for abstracts: 25 July 2022
Abstract submission deadline:23 September 2022
Decision on abstracts:30 September 2022
Deadline for conference registration
(including pre-conference tutorials):
31 October 2022(Opens 25 July 2022)